Supplier University’s learning model allows you to select courses appropriate to your current level of knowledge and understanding of the federal acquisition system. Our objective is to help you identify gaps in your firm’s development strategy, thus better positioning you for success as you face the challenges of government contracting.
Category I – Acquisition Disciplines
If you have some, limited or no government contracting experience, Category I courses provide foundational knowledge essential in establishing an understanding of the federal acquisition system.
Category II – Contract Solicitation and Formation
This category offers courses that will help you establish a solid understanding of the government’s processes associated with the solicitation, evaluation and award of a contract. Our courses are centered on strengthening a firm’s competitive advantage. Our proposal development course (SU-290) is one of the key courses in this category.
Category III – Contract Administration
This category represents core areas associated with what is important to know once you are awarded a contract. Course instruction will focus on each parties role, responsibilities as well as key government expectations during performance of the work. Also addressed is what you should know and expect during periods of unsatisfactory performance, disruption, disputes or controversy.