Ethics in ContractingDuration: 1 Day 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Continuing Education Hours: 8
The purpose of this workshop is to help those involved with the public purchasing process to understand the importance of ethical behavior in government contracting. It is designed to help procurement professionals recognize ethical dilemmas and give them the tools necessary to make sound, ethical decisions. Also includes discussion of the various types of procurement fraud and how to recognize fraud indicators. The workshop contains lecture and discussion; as well as small group exercises and case studies.
Who Should Attend:
Ann Sturn, VIA Metropolitan Transit - "Great info and interaction. Interesting subject, well taught. Learned a lot. Knowledgeable and personable instructor."
Amanda Lawrence, University of Texas - Pan American - "I enjoyed the workshop. It was much more informative than workshops that I have attended in the past. The instructor's experience showed and make the positive difference."
Hermy Contreras, Office of the Attorney General - "I really enjoyed this class. It is my 2nd time with Janet and she is an excellent instructor. Goes over information thoroughly and gives great examples."
Belma Salinas, Texas Youth Commission - I really enjoyed this training. Very well prepared, good training material."
Mark Mifsud, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality - "Good course. I learned a lot."
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