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Week 1 Learning Activities Actions for Week 1 Learning Activities Must post first. Week #1 Learning Activities Utilize this week’s reading assignments and the below YouTube videos to respond to the questions for Week #1 Learning Activities: Learning Activity #1 Response to the Federal Acquisition Regulations YouTube Video: How did the FAR originate and what are some things you need to understand when reading and using the FAR? Start at 4 mins to understand subsections The Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) is a one stop shop for forms/term/conditions. When reading the FAR is critical to understand “How” to read the parts. There are Subchapters (ie: A-H), followed by parts (ie.1-52) , subpart sections (ie:1.1000 -52.246). When reading sections it’s important to remember what you are reading and where you are reading it. There are specific sections and general sections. When possible use both general and specific, however
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