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Title: Operation Arctic Heat Case and Exercise for Advanced Contingency Contracting
Authors: E. Cory Yoder
Keywords: Contracting
Contingency Contracting
Course Work
Action Planning
Contingency Operations
Issue Date: 30-Apr-2012
Publisher: Acquisition Research Program
Citation: Published--Unlimited Distribution
Series/Report no.: Contingency Contracting
Abstract: Operation Arctic Heat is a series of structured case exercises designed to promote and capitalize on graduate-level concepts in the planning and conduct of contingency and expeditionary contracting events. The case exercises utilize the most current strategic, operational, and tactical directives and guidance as their foundations and supporting structure, including, but not limited to, Joint Publication 4-10, Joint Publication 5-0, and Operational Contract Support directives, while capitalizing on advanced graduate pedagogy. The cases are designed to complement briefings and lectures, in-class discussions, and student readings contained in the Naval Postgraduate School's MN3318 Contingency Contracting course, and the Defense Acquisition University CON234 and CON334 courses. It is recommended that these cases be utilized after a sound foundation of contingency contracting course work has been completed either within the initial segments of MN3318, or after completing CON234, or both, and utilized in harmony with and concurrent to the MN3318 or CON334 course deliveries.
Description: Contract Management / NPS Faculty Research
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