CCON 010 Special Topics in Contract Pricing Credential

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CCON 010 Special Topics in Contract Pricing Credential
(Last Modified: 20-Apr-2023)


In this credential, students will learn about special topics in contract pricing, specifically the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) and the Overhead Should Cost Review process. In the three part CAS content, students will receive instruction in the various aspects of Public Law 100-679, including the Cost Accounting Standards, rules and regulations of the CAS Board, Disclosure Statements, cost accounting practice changes and cost impact statements. Through the CAS techniques for application and the fundamental requirements of standards, students will solve problems and gain a working familiarity with DoD guidance relating to the implementation of CAS requirements and administration of contract cost adjustments. In the Overhead Should Cost course, learners will become familiar with the skills required to conduct reviews that aim to promote both short and long-range improvements in a contractor’s economy and efficiency to reduce the cost of performing Government contracts.

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Target Attendees
Any 1102 civilian, GS-9 or above, and military equivalents, who work with contracts that are subject to CAS. Additionally, this credential may be of interest to any Acquisition Workforce Member who deals with overhead issues, as well as those seeking a deeper understanding of Should Cost Analysis.
ID Title Delivery Method
CON 7020 Overhead Should Cost Review Online Training (OLT)
CON 7040 Cost Accounting Standards, Part 1 Online Training (OLT)
CON 7050 Cost Accounting Standards, Part 2 Online Training (OLT)
CON 7060 Cost Accounting Standards, Part 3 Online Training (OLT)
Additional Credential Information
Expiration 5 years from date earned.
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Deployed Date 7/25/2022
ACE Recommended Credits N/A
  • Expected time to complete this credential is 20 hours.
  • Predecessor Courses may not be used to complete credential requirements.
  • All students must have a DAUID.
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