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  1. Gordon Shumway

    Is the CPCM worth getting?

    So, as the title of the post says, is the CPCM worth getting? Thoughts? I plan on sitting for the certification this summer. I'd like to hear how it is viewed from both perspectives, government and private industry. Thanks!
  2. I've received an REA for an amount greater than $100K, but it does not have the claim certification verbiage. (Contractor either forgot or is not familiar with FAR guidance on claims and didn't include it.) Should I ask the contractor to include the appropriate verbiage so it fully meets a claim definition and can be properly treated as one? With the exception of the certification not being included, the REA meets all other requirements of a claim, and I am inclined to treat it as one. Any input would be appreciated!
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