CLC001: Defense Subcontract Management
The DSM CL Module addresses subcontracting activities from the perspective of the staff of a defense acquisition program office. The module also addresses the activities of supporting government offices and agencies, issues faced by prime contractors employing subcontractors, and issues faced by subcontractors themselves.
CLE004: Introduction to Lean Enterprise Concepts
Applying lean enterprise concepts is the key to success for many corporations around the world in the 21st century. This self-paced course, Introduction to Lean Enterprise Concepts is comprised of eight lessons offered in order to establish greater awareness of lean enterprise concepts and techniques. Audience members who may benefit from this course include representatives of the defense industry, interested commercial partners, and individuals seeking an academic introduction to lean enterprise concepts. All participants are expected to have an undergraduate degree or equivalent career experience.
CLC019 Leveraging DCMA for Program Success
The purpose of this module is to provide details on the products and services available to a Program Manager and Program Management Office Staff that are provided by DCMA. In addition, the student will understand how these services and products can be utilized to reduce program risk, and how to make initial contact with DCMA to arrange for DCMA program support.
CLC028 Past Performance Information
This self-paced course is comprised of three lessons that address the rationales behind collecting past performance information, why it should be used, and how its use improves contractor performance. This course is based on the Department of Defense (DoD) Past Performance Integrated Product Team (IPT) Guidebook entitled, A Guide to Collection and Use of Past Performance Information which can be found at: http://www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/