Guidelines

What is a VA Cor?

What is a VA Cor?

The Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) is a crucial link between the Contracting Officer (CO) and the contractor. In effect, CORs are the eyes and the ears of the contracting officer, ensuring that the work the contracting officer has authorized gets properly done.

What is a COR in government contracting?

A Contracting officer’s representative is an individual designated in accordance with DFARS subsection 201.602-2 and authorized in writing by the contracting officer to perform specific technical or administrative functions.

What is a COR certification?

The Federal Acquisition Certification for Contracting Officer’s Representatives (FAC-COR) program is for acquisition professionals in the Federal Government performing contract management activities and functions.

What are cor levels?

FAC-COR has three levels of certification (Levels I, II, and III) with varying requirements for training, experience, and continuous learning; this course satisfies the 40 hours of training required for the initial COR Level II certification.

What can I do with a cor virtual course?

The virtual course is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to properly execute the COR responsibilities such as acquisition planning, market research, and contract performance management.

What are the rpoS of the Veterans Health Administration?

RPOs are organized to ensure ready access, expert assistance, and local knowledge are available to Veterans nationwide. The VHA Procurement and Logistics Office (P&LO) supports the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) in purchasing high quality, cost-effective health care products and services.

How big is the VHA procurement and logistics office?

With annual expenditures of more than $15 billion and a staff of more than 2,800, VHA Procurement and Logistics Office is one of the largest procurement and supply groups within the federal government.

Where is the VHA National Center for Health Promotion and disease prevention?

The VHA National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (NCP), located in Durham, NC, was established in 1995 as a field-based unit of VHA Central Office within the Office of Patient Care Services (PCS) to implement the Veterans Health Care Act of 1992. Public Law 102-585, 511,106 Stat. 4943, 4955-57 (codified at