Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management 301

Course Overview

Course Description

Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management (CSCRM) Level 301 is designed to help senior acquisition officials dramatically reduce the Government’s exposure to cyber incidents stemming from its supply chain.

Course Objectives

At the end of this course, student with an employment rank of GS 15- SES will have to ability to discuss the Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management and the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) processes; explain their roles and responsibilities in the processes; describe costing models in the interim rule; and explain approaches for improving solicitations and contracts.

By the end of the coursework, the student will demonstrate his/her assimilation of the materials and content of the course.


The CSCRM-301 courseware requires the student with an employment rank of GS-15 or SES with roles and responsibilities evaluating the Government’s needs for technology goods and services, evaluating formal responses, subject to engaging with Bid Protests, and responsible for Inspector General Inquirers.

  • Tailored for Federal Agency Employees

  • Course Duration: 2.5 Hours

  • Available In-Person, Online, Virtual

  • Certificate of Completion