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iCatalog Home ACQ 380 International Acquisition Management
(Last Modified:27-Sep-2018)

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Description
The course teaches students to conceptualize, assess, plan, and execute the full spectrum of International Acquisition and Exportability (IA&E) activities to improve acquisition outcomes and contribute to DoD and U.S. Government security cooperation objectives. The course covers the following: program IA&E assessments; international considerations in developing a program’s acquisition strategy; international business planning; defense exportability integration; technology security and foreign disclosure considerations; foreign military sales acquisition best practices; international cooperative programs; working with industry; IA&E best practices and is designed to strengthen the student’s critical thinking and analytical skills through the use of practical exercises and case studies based on real world IA&E scenarios.
Objectives
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Target Attendees
Acquisition professionals occupying Level 3 positions coded as International and industry equivalents.
Prerequisite(s)
Required:
  • ACQ 230, International Acquisition Integration
  • 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
    4.5 classroom days
    Additional Course Information
    Delivery Mode Resident
    Equivalent Courses None
    ACE Recommended Credits None
    PDS Code BZY
    DAU Public (material/prework) YES
    Continuing Education Units   3.8
    Continuous Learning Points  38
    Reservist Retirement Points  0
    Historical Allocations Mouse Over for Past CEU/CLPs
    Notes
  • Pre-work required (approx. 5 hours) / Walk-ins NOT authorized
  • This course requires students to identify an IA&E improvement project for their organization or program based on challenges encountered in their workplace before arriving at the classroom. Student proposals will be discussed and refined during the course to help shape each student’s post-course project efforts.