Contract management competence
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The value that we, as contracting professionals, bring to our organization is the knowledge that we have and that we can apply to our jobs to support our organization’s mission. For the federal government, the scope of contract management knowledge is embodied in the federal government’s contracting competency model. It should be noted that both the Federal Acquisition Institute (FAI) and the Department of Defense (DOD) use the same Contracting Competency Model. This model consists of 11 units of competence, which includes 10 units covering the contracting process and one unit covering professional competencies.
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