09Jul 2014


We’re excited to announce new Virtual CON 090 Courses!

Each of our courses is run by experienced ITG professionals committed to creating the optimal virtual learning experience for every student.

Registration is currently open for the following ITG Virtual CON courses:

  1. CON 090 FAR Fundamentals

    CON 090 FAR Fundamentals is a foundational course for new hires that provides a total immersion into the Federal Acquisition Regulation (Parts 1-53) and the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS).

    The course will prepare the 21st century acquisition workforce to operate successfully in a web enabled environment. The objective of the course is to present students with various contracting scenarios and teach them to locate, interpret, and apply the appropriate acquisition regulations. At the completion of the course students will demonstrate mastery of this objective. In order to maintain our DAU equivalency designation, we are required to teach the DFARS.

    Course counts toward requirements for DAWIA Level 1 certification and NCMA ICC-D certification. The course is current and reflects all updates made by DAU in 2018. Please note that although ACE has judged the DAU course to be equivalent to 3 graduate credits, each university has standards and procedures concerning transfer of credits. ITG can not grant these credits. Check with your educational institution to learn their policy.

    We are pleased to announce 2 new virtual offerings for FY 2017.  For more information click the month of the course that you are interested in:

    AUGUST 2018 ITG Virtual CON 090 – November 5, 2018

  2. Contracting Officer’s Representative Course

    We also offer the 40-hour Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) Training required by the Federal Acquisition Institute (FAI). We offer this course virtually and in person.

    For more information contact Al Newsome for more information.

For more information on our course offerings or to learn more about what courses may be right for you, contact Al Newsome for more information.

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