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Online Training (Non-CLP)

These standalone courses are for information only. If you are a federal acquisition workforce member and you wish to receive continuous learning credit, you must take the course through FAI CSOD

  • Combating Trafficking in Persons

    If you or someone you know needs help, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline toll-free hotline, 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 1-888-373-7888 to speak with a specially trained anti-trafficking hotline advocate. Support is provided in more than 200 languages. 

  • Equity in Procurement

    Equity in Procurement highlights key objectives in  Executive Order 13985Executive Order 14035, Office of Management and Budget (OMB)  Memo 22-03  and OMB Memo Strategies for Meeting and Exceeding SDB of 11% for Fiscal Year 2022. This series of videos describes tools, programs, and resources that can be used to increase spending by 15% to small disadvantaged businesses and other socioeconomic small businesses by fiscal year 2025. 

  • Climate Adaptation for Program Managers

    Provides program managers managing non-IT major acquisitions with high-level climate risk background information, authoritative sources, the necessity of climate adaptation in procurement, and risk management illustrations.

    This course does not address greenhouse gas emissions reporting requirements.

  • Navigating Buy American and Trade Agreements

    Gain an understanding of the meaning of domestic end products and understand the current and increasing domestic content thresholds, as well as the fallback threshold; identify the Buy American and trade agreements exceptions; determine which Buy American and trade agreements FAR clauses and provisions should be included in a solicitation for supplies; evaluate foreign offers for supplies; and use the Buy American and trade agreements decision tools for supplies to prepare solicitations and evaluate foreign offers for supplies.

  • Contract Innovation Exploration

    Recognize cultural barriers to innovation and ways to address them, identify authoritative sources that empower and/or encourage acquisition innovation and leverage resources and tools that support use of innovative practices and technologies by acquisition teams.

  • The Customer's Role on the Acquisition Team

    Gain a general understanding of the acquisition process and the different roles that play a part in the process.

  • Introduction to Supply Chain Risk Management

    Gain an understanding of supply chain risk management to include common terminology, best practices, safeguarding sensitive information, general prohibitions, exclusion orders, and additional requirements for higher risk procurements.

  • Addressing Cybersecurity Supply Chain Risks

    This course provides all Federal Acquisition Team members with supply chain risk management responsibilities a learning experience that increases understanding of how to address (i.e., identify, asses, respond to, and monitor) cybersecurity supply chain risks throughout the acquisition life cycle.

  • Security Exclusions and Prohibitions

    Cyber-Supply Chain Security Exclusions Orders and Prohibitions will provide the federal acquisition workforce with foundational knowledge of cyber-supply chain security exclusions and prohibitions. The courses will be relatable to laymen all the way through to subject matter experts in the field—"Cyber-Supply Chain Risk Management for the rest of us.”

  • Section 889 Prohibitions on Certain Telecommunications and Video Surveillance Services or Equipment

    Gain an understanding of Section 889 of Public Law 115-232 which prohibits the purchase and use of certain telecommunications and video surveillance services or equipment from specific companies based in the People's Republic of China. Effective implementation of Section 889 is part of the critical response of the United States to the national security threat posed by certain technology providers. Understand the FAR requirements, the implementation guidance, exceptions and waiver processes, reporting requirements and enforcement of the rule.



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