What is FAC 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 is a COR Level 2?
This level of core is generally appropriate for contract vehicles of moderate to high complexity and risk, including both supply and service contracts. The general requirements are: Complete FCR 201 Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) Level 2 (instructor led courses may have a cost associated with them );
How long is a COR certificate good for?
Certification Expiration FAC-COR Certificates expire after two years. To be recertified, appropriate refresher training must be completed and the FAC-COR certificate submitted to the Acquisition Services Directorate. It is imperative that sufficient time is provided to avoid any lapse in certification.
Can a COR approve overtime?
Approve shifts of funding between line items of the budget. Approve travel and relocation expenses over and above that provided for in the contract. Authorize the use of overtime.
Can the COR officially accepts supplies?
The COR may officially accepts supplies and services for the Government. Only the government input is recorded on past performance in the Contractor Performance Assessment Record System.
Can Cor authorize overtime?
Who is responsible for the roadworthiness of a licensed vehicle?
Drivers must be made aware of their legal responsibilities regarding vehicle condition and the procedures for reporting defects. Drivers share the responsibility for the vehicle’s roadworthiness with the operator.
What is needed for roadworthy certificate?
You would need your car’s registration certificate to prove that the car is registered in your name. You will also need to produce a form of identity that is linked to your car’s registration.
Is Cor mandatory in Ontario?
COR™ must be achieved in the province where your office is located. Therefore, if you have an office in Ontario and work in this province, you must achieve COR™ through IHSA.
Can COR approve overtime?
Can you work 7 days a week?
Employers can get permission from the Department of Labor to work their employees 7 days a week, but they can only do that a maximum of 8 weeks a year. See the complete rules here. The Department of Labor also enforces the law on behalf of employees.