National Suspension and Debarment Training Program (NSDTP)Up one level
The National Suspension and Debarment Training Program is a comprehensive, three-day training program designed for Federal law enforcement officers, agency counsel, prosecutors, auditors and analysts. Suspension and debarment are administrative remedies that may be useful tools in contract and grant fraud investigations. The program is taught by a staff of professional attorneys who have served as debarring officials, agency counsel, investigators, and agents. This course provides a complete overview of the suspension and debarment process.
Length: The training program is 3 days in duration, typically running from Tuesday until Thursday.. Classroom time is approximately 24 hours over three days.
The curriculum includes a detailed look at the entire suspension and debarment process for both contracts and grants. It also includes detailed discussions of the relationship of this remedy with criminal and civil investigations and other administrative remedies.
Prerequisites for Attendance
There are no prerequisites for this class, other than the participants must be in a law enforcement occupation and with a federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.
Investigative Operations Division
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
Glynco, GA 31524
(912) 267 2500 (fax)
- NSDTP-501 / Glynco, GA -- Nov 04, 2014 to Nov 06, 2014
- NSDTP-502 / Glynco, GA -- Jun 23, 2015 to Jun 25, 2015
- G_XP_NSDTP-501 / Washington, DC -- Dec 02, 2014 to Dec 04, 2014
- G_XP_NSDTP-502 / Irvine, CA -- Mar 17, 2015 to Mar 19, 2015
- G_XP_NSDTP-503 / Washington, DC -- May 12, 2015 to May 14, 2015