Current Procurement U Course Offerings

Contract Administration Strategies

Contract Administration Strategies

Procurement U’s latest course, Contract Administration Strategies, is now available!

203 - Contract Administration Strategies Course Description:

This Procurement U course is designed to explore key concepts and strategies related to post-award contract administration in the public sector. Topics include the value and importance of contract administration after award of the contract, as well as quality assurance strategies, essential elements of subcontract management, managing contract changes and closing out the contract.

Audience: This course is considered intermediate-level and is designed for procurement professionals who have a sound knowledge base and entry-level procurement experience.

This course offers three hours of self-paced interactive content and a post-course exam.

Pricing: $60 for NASPO members and all state government employees; $105 all other users.

For additional information on the course, please see the course syllabus.  If you have any questions about Procurement U, please contact procurementu@naspo.org

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Where Can I Access Online Classes?

The Procurement U Learning Management System (LMS) is your gateway to registration, access to Procurement U resources and study groups. New to Procurement U? Get registered today!

Login URL: https://procurementu.elogiclearning.com
Username: Your state email address or the email you use to log into the NASPO Network
Password: Click the Create Account button to create your account and password.

You will be prompted to change your password as soon as you log in.  If you are not a NASPO member and would like access, please click the Create Account button to register. If you have any difficulties with log in, please contact procurementu@naspo.org.

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