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Started: 7/18/2019 4:59 PM
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THEODORE MCHUGH
COR training requirements (AMC)

Not an ammunition technical question, but it is the operatiojns realm and some of you may have dealt with this before.  If AMC-R-350-4 calls for a Contracting Officer Representative to attend Ammo-65 (DOD Contractor's Explosives Safety Standards) and DAC farms this couse out to a civilian company, are there channels for AMC to pay the tuition, or refund the tution ($2000.00) to the local command.

It just seems odd to me the AMC would require a GS civilian to have a course not offered by DAC, it is hard enough for Commands to find the funds to support the TDY.   Thanx, Ted

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THEODORE MCHUGH

Not an ammunition technical question, but it is the operatiojns realm and some of you may have dealt with this before.  If AMC-R-350-4 calls for a Contracting Officer Representative to attend Ammo-65 (DOD Contractor's Explosives Safety Standards) and DAC farms this couse out to a civilian company, are there channels for AMC to pay the tuition, or refund the tution ($2000.00) to the local command.

It just seems odd to me the AMC would require a GS civilian to have a course not offered by DAC, it is hard enough for Commands to find the funds to support the TDY.   Thanx, Ted

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Posted: 8/5/2019 2:44 PM
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Ted, this problem is being looked into. First DAC responded:

DAC:   AMC is the entity that specified that course for their COR personnel, not DAC.  DAC does not control that course, and has not been associated with it for decades.  We do provide a link to it on our website as a courtesy to facilitate others in finding it, but that is the extent of our involvement. Any questions about reimbursement should be routed through the unit’s chain of command.



Now AMC is looking into it.


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Ted, this problem is being looked into. First DAC responded:

DAC:   AMC is the entity that specified that course for their COR personnel, not DAC.  DAC does not control that course, and has not been associated with it for decades.  We do provide a link to it on our website as a courtesy to facilitate others in finding it, but that is the extent of our involvement. Any questions about reimbursement should be routed through the unit’s chain of command.



Now AMC is looking into it.


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