ACQ 452

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(Last Modified:18-May-2020)


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RETIRED 5/18/20. This action-based learning course introduces professionals to the methods and skills necessary to identify, assess, and promote the building of stakeholder relationships required for success in the acquisition environment. Experiential activities will include a precourse stakeholder assessment as well as simulation, communication, and critical-thinking activities that will facilitate the development of tailored stakeholder action plans. At the end of the course, professionals will be able to build ownership of acquisition outcomes across the enterprise.
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Target Attendees
This class is for civilians (GS 13-15) or equivalent and military (Military O4-O6), level III certified (any career field/path) and have at least 3 years of acquisition experience serving in a level III coded position. Industry and allied participants are eligible to attend and are encouraged to register on a space-available basis.
Required: None
Predecessor Course(s) (Acceptable as a substitute for this course until the acceptance date specified below.)
Predecessor Predecessor Course Title PDS Code Accepted Until
None None None None
Course Length
3 class days preceded by a few hours of pre- and post-course work
Additional Course Information
Delivery Mode Resident
Equivalent Courses None
ACE Recommended Credits YES
PDS Code AC0
DAU Public (material/prework) YES
Continuing Education Units   2.5
Continuous Learning Points  25
Reservist Retirement Points  0
Historical Allocations Mouse Over for Past CEU/CLPs
  • Pre-work required (approx. 4 hours) / Walk-ins authorized / Pre-work accessible on DAU Public Blackboard.
  • At least 3 years experience after Level III certification is strongly recommended. Industry and allied participants should have equivalent acquisition experience
  • Completing ACQ 450 prior to registering is strongly recommended
  • Completing ACQ 450 through 453 in sequential order is highly recommended.