100033 – Organizational Conflicts of Interest
Organizational Conflicts of Interest in the US Federal Government Procurement Process teaches employees how to recognize, prevent, and help mitigate organizational conflicts of interest in the US federal government procurement process.
The course explains what organizational conflicts of interest are and shows how unfair competitive advantages and impaired objectivity can lead to conflicts of interest within an organization. Employees will learn the importance of handling proprietary information properly as well as best practices for working with third parties. Lastly, this course explains the consequences of noncompliance and teaches employees how to report known or suspected violations of organizational policy or the law.
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Key Terms: biased judgment | evaluation services | government | impaired objectivity | mitigation plan | procurement | source selection | systems engineering | technical direction | unfair competitive advantage