COR 206/222 - Contracting Officer's Representative Course and the Contingency Contracting Environment

Course Description

The Contracting Officer’s Representative course (COR 222) provides a comprehensive review and instruction on the role and responsibilities of the Contracting Officer Representative. This course is combined with the Contracting Officer’s Representative in the Contingency Contracting Environment class (COR 206) which covers ethical situations and cultural differences a COR may experience while deployed in a contingency operation. Students learn the fundamentals of contracting regulations, types, phases, and other elements of contract administration. Students are also coached on the ethical and legal factors that impact COR responsibilities in the normal course of business and in the Contingency Contracting Environment.

Course ID: EASC 0124P
Course Format: Classroom

Available Classroom Sections

Start Date End Date Registration Deadline Format Location Cost CRN
Section Details Jun 11, 2018 Jun 15, 2018 Monday, June 11, 2018 - 23:59 Classroom Atlanta, Georgia $1,150 18367
Section Details Aug 13, 2018 Aug 17, 2018 Monday, August 13, 2018 - 23:59 Classroom Atlanta, Georgia $1,150 18368
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CRN Start date End date Format Location Cost
17384 Jun 12, 2017 Jun 16, 2017 Classroom Atlanta, Georgia $1,050
17385 Aug 28, 2017 Sep 1, 2017 Classroom Atlanta, Georgia $1,050
18366 Jan 22, 2018 Jan 26, 2018 Classroom Atlanta, Georgia $1,150

Who Should Attend

Contracting officer’s representatives, program/project managers, contracting officers, industry contracting personnel

How You Will Benefit

  • Review contract terms and conditions.

  • Understand each party’s role and responsibility in contract administration.

  • Document and obtain approval for contract changes and modifications.

  • Monitor contract expenditures.

  • Contract close-out methodology.

  • Manage ethical and legal issues in the contingency contracting environment.


  • Recognizing the COR’s responsibilities in acquisition mission support planning

  • Understanding the contract award process

  • Tracking contract expenditures

  • Monitoring contract schedule compliance

  • Analyzing proposed contract changes

  • Identifying the unique characteristics and monitoring protocols for construction contracts, major systems and R & D acquisitions

  • Evaluating a contractor’s compliance with performance terms and conditions

  • Handling cultural taboos in a contingency environment

  • The process for reporting bribery, kickbacks and other illegal acts



  • Student guide with supplemental learning material, exercises, case studies, and handouts

Additional Resources

Georgia Tech is an approved Defense Acquisition University (DAU) equivalency provider and offers DAU-equivalent training that will satisfy the FAC-C and DAWIA certification programs

The Contracting Education Academy at Georgia Tech (The Academy) is an approved equivalency training provider to the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) and provides continuing education training to Acquisition and Government Contracting professionals as well as to business professionals working for government contractors or pursuing opportunities in federal contracting

For Course-Related Questions

Please contact the course administrator: Alexis Kirksey