Intermediate SC Case Reconciliation and Closure
SC Workforce Certification Level
This course encompasses a broad variety of topics which are presented at a DoD (vice MILDEP specific) level with a focus on the SAMM Chapter 16 (Case Reconciliation and Closure), the Reconciliation and Reconciliation and Closure Guide (RCG, SAMM Appendix 7) policies. Course topics include statutory requirements, DoD directives, and an overview of the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), Defense Finance Accounting Service (DFAS) Security Cooperation Accounting (SCA), Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) case and contract reconciliation and closure processes which are provided by Guest Speakers from those organizations.
This course is conducted over 3 half days of On-Line Training (OLT) with some content on Day 1 being asynchronous (i.e., students complete online on their own), and the remaining portion of the class being synchronous (i.e., students meet real-time at scheduled times with an instructor and guest speakers).
This course’s objective is to provide personnel, who are directly involved or concerned with Security Cooperation (SC) case and financial management, a comprehensive understanding and application of the policies, methods, systems, and actions necessary for effective and continuous case and line reconciliation from case and line implementation through final closure.
DoD Security Cooperation personnel involved with Case/Program Management (FMS (Foreign Military Sale) and/or BPC (Building Partner Capacity).
- SC-101 Introduction to Security Cooperation Course
- CASE-201 Intermediate SC Case Life Cycle Management
Security Cooperation Management Case Reconciliation and Closure Course (SCM-CR), Oct 1 2009 and Later
Additional Course Information
On-Line Training (OLT) which includes some Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)
SC Continuous Learning Hours
DAU Continuous Learning Points
College Credit Recommended
Transfer Credit Available
Constructive Credit Available
Available Classes & Registration
No classes are scheduled at this time.
This course can be repeated every three years as a refresher and to obtain updates on new policies and procedures.