100038 – Working on U.S. Government Contracts
Working on US Government Contracts outlines the guidelines and federal regulations for working on US government contracts.
The course explains the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) requirements as well as additional laws and regulations that must be followed when working on government contracts. Employees will learn how to properly charge for labor, record time spent, and allocate hours to their projects. This course also identifies which costs can and cannot be reimbursed and outlines federal guidelines for product quality, testing, and substitution requirements.
Lastly, the course explains the consequences of noncompliance and teaches employees how to report known or suspected violations of organizational policy or the law.Available in: Arabic | Chinese Simplified | Dutch | English | French | French Canadian | German | Italian | Japanese | Korean | Brazilian Portuguese | Russian | Spanish Castilian | Spanish Latin American
Key Terms: allowed costs | civil penalties | contractor costs | cost reimbursement | disallowed costs | False Claims Act (FCA) | Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) | labor costs | non-retaliation | overhead costs | overhead rates | Procurement Integrity Act | product substitutions | quality assurance | recording time | recordkeeping | reporting | Truthful Cost or Pricing Data Act