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Procurement training at GCC

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The Guam Community College restarts procurement training on November 18th.

Developed by Attorney John Thomas Brown and local businessman Jerry Perez, the four-module procurement curriculum will teach the who, what, where, when and how of procurement.

According to Brown however, it's in Module 1 participants will learn the golden key to unlocking procurement law.

Already close to 150 people representing 20 government agencies and 9 private sector agencies have taken advantage of the valuable courses.

Fundamentals & Principles of Procurement Course details:

Dates: Nov. 18 – Dec. 6

Days/Time: MWF, 3:00  – 5:00 PM (18 hours total classroom instruction)

Location:  Room 3226, 2nd Floor, ALG Allied Health Center (Bldg. 3000)

Instructor: Attorney John Thomas Brown

Cost per Student:  $208.00 (Payment must be received at time of registration. Purchase orders, credit card, or cash payments are accepted.)

Register either by calling the GCC Office of Continuing Education at 735-5574 or emailing learning4life@guamcc.edu.

The GCC four-module Procurement curriculum includes:

1. Fundamentals and Principles of Procurement*

2. Solicitation Process

3. Procurement Review and Remedies

4. Management and Administration of Procurement

*Completion of the Fundamentals and Principles of Procurement module is required for enrollment in any of the other modules. Each module provides 18 hours of instruction, for a total program offering of 72 hours of instruction. The fee for each module is $208.

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