WHO SHOULD ENROLL WHO SHOULD ENROLL

Who Should Enroll

 
  Comptrollers
  General Law Attorneys
  Paralegals
  Others actively engaged in administration of funds expended by the government at the supervisory or management level
Please verify your specific training requirements with your supervisory chain before enrolling in this course.

 

 


 

Overview

 

ABOUT THE COURSE: This course prepares students to meet the needs of a general military attorney, contracting officer, resource manager, or practitioner serving a Brigade Combat Team or higher echelon, installation, or agency. The course covers the statutory, regulatory, and policy authorities governing the commitment, obligation, and expenditure of appropriated funds in garrison and when deployed. The course addresses current fiscal issues confronting the Department of Defense and other federal agencies.

Basic Information

Course Consists of:

4 Modules and 1 Final EXAM

Completion

Modules

•  5 question quizzes per module score of 100% required for each
•  25 question Final Exam score of 80% or greater required

Certificate

All certificates will be sent to the email address in your JAGU profile.

CLE/CPA Credits

JAGU does not grant CLE/CPA hours. Contact your licensing agency to determine if the course will be credited.

Accreditation

 

This course meets the mandatory training requirements for the Army’s Comptroller Accreditation Program for CP11 and FA45 personnel, and is listed in the DOD Financial Management Regulation as an appropriate source of training for DOD fiscal law accreditation.  The course was developed by the Contract and Fiscal Law Department, The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School (TJAGLCS). 

The course is NOT associated with other fiscal law courses that may exist within other DoD organizations, such as fiscal law refresher courses offered by the Department of Navy or the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  JAG University DOES NOT provide certificates of completion for non-TJAGLCS courses.

WHAT TO EXPECT WHAT TO EXPECT

 

INTRODUCTION


  Length - 0m 50s

 


CLE

 

JAG University does not grant CLE/CPA hours.  CLE credit for TJAGLCS/JAGU online work is solely between the attorney and the licensing jurisdiction.

Each licensing jurisdiction has its own course qualification and reporting requirements for online CLE work. Because of the dozens of licensing jurisdictions, as well as limited resources, TJAGLCS/JAGU does not seek approval to serve as a CLE provider for online courses for any jurisdiction.

AFTER COMPLETION AFTER COMPLETION

Certificates

 

Upon completion of the course, you can access a copy by logging into JAG University, clicking on My Courses and downloading from the My Certificates module. An example is shown below.

 

Fiscal Law Refresher

 

All USACE employees may take Course 700, Fiscal Law Refresher, including employees with duties involving management of government funds or anyone that accepts responsibility for obtaining, receiving, or managing federal funds. This includes but is not limited to: project/program managers, budget and program analysts, design managers, study managers, resident engineers, real property managers, contract specialists and contracting officers, travel reviewing officials, and/or government purchase card approving officials. Access to this course can be found by clicking here.

NOTE: The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School/JAGU is not responsible for the Fiscal Law Refresher found on the ALMS.

 

For ALMS Support: Please contact by Phone: 1-800-275-2872  - Please listen for the ALMS option or submit a helpdesk ticket at Website: https://athd.army.mil

Frequently Asked Questions

 

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For most courses completed after 21 AUG 2015, a course certificate is listed in the My Courses section of JAGU.  Find it by going to the JAGU homepage and clicking on the My Courses tab.  There you will see a My Certificate module which lists earned certificates. 

CLE credit for TJAGLCS/JAGU online work is solely between the attorney and the licensing jurisdiction.

Each licensing jurisdiction has its own course qualification and reporting requirements for online CLE work. Because of the dozens of licensing jurisdictions, as well as limited resources, TJAGLCS/JAGU does not seek approval to serve as a CLE provider for online courses for any jurisdiction.

Although some jurisdictions accept attorney self-certification on online work completed, many jurisdictions require providers to independently verify an attorney's completion of online work (for example, verification that an attorney watched a pre-recorded Professional Responsibility lecture). TJAGLCS/JAGU is not resourced to provide independent verification of online CLE work..