Performing COR Duties Ethically and Efficiently

A 3, 4, or 5 Day Workshop for Government Personnel

Contracts expend the majority of the federal budget discretionary spending. Schedule compliance, technical achievement of quality thresholds, and managing an inflexible budget are the big worries of a COR, but day-to-day issues, claims, control over work assignments, and a host of other worries can overload a COR who isn’t properly prepared. Your COR has an important role in executing your budget.

This workshop provides a path to proactive, sane, and sensible work as a COR. Working from real-life examples, students will know what they must, can, and cannot do to succeed.

Topics Included—

  • Regulations, Terms, and Definitions
  • COR Roles, Responsibilities, and Ethics
  • The Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP) and COR Workplan and their application by the COR
  • Monitoring and Documenting Contractor Performance
  • Contract Modifications versus Constructive Changes
  • Unauthorized Commitments, and Ratifications
  • Invoices, Claims, Disputes, and Appeals
  • Contingency Contracting


Audience: This workshop is designed for all government personnel.

Toolkits: Receive a Student Text/Handbook and Online Toolkit, containing tools such as checklists, tips, techniques, and numerous other tools to help you use your new skills immediately.

Additional Information:

CPE Credits: 23.0- 39.0

CEU Credits: 2.0- 3.4

Suggested Program Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None NASBA Program Level: Basic

NASBA Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Delivery Method: Group Live – Live Virtual Classroom