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iCatalog Home ACQ 201B Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part B
(Last Modified:09-Jul-2014)

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Description
THIS COURSE IS EXPECTED TO BE RETIRED AND REPLACED BY ACQ 203 ON 1 OCTOBER 2014.

Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part B, prepares mid-level acquisition professionals to work effectively in integrated product teams by understanding systems acquisition principles and processes. Both ACQ 201A and ACQ 201B are required for DAWIA certification.

SEE THE NOTES SECTION REGARDING VARIANTS OF THIS COURSE
Objectives
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Target Attendees
ACQ 201B is for military officers, O-3 and above; civilians, GS-9 and above; and industry counterparts who are Level I certified in acquisition (or have met the industry equivalent). Professionals should have 2 to 4 years of acquisition or functionally related experience.
Prerequisite(s)
ACQ 201A, Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part A
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 class days
Additional Course Information
Delivery Mode Resident
Equivalent Courses YES
ACE Recommended Credits YES
PDS Code JHK
DAU Public (material/prework) YES
Continuing Education Units   3.4
Continuous Learning Points  34
Reservist Retirement Points  0
Historical Allocations Mouse Over for Past CEU/CLPs
Notes
  • Participants may bring a basic function calculator.
  • ACQ 201A and ACQ 201B are both required for Level III Contracting personnel who are assigned to an ACAT I program or who devote at least 50 percent of their time to an ACAT I program.
  • Level II Contracting personnel should take ACQ 201A and ACQ 201B within 1 year of assignment to an ACAT I program.
  • DAU currently offers variants of this course where the course exercise is focused on the areas of Shipbuilding, Space or Nuclear acquisition considerations. These courses all have a class number in the 500 series. When registering for a class in the 500 series, your registration system will have a pop up identifing which variant you are about to register for. Other than the exercise used for the course, there is no difference between the "variant" and standard ACQ 201B