How to Effectively Write Federal Proposals to Avoid Bid Protests and Protect Your Revenues
In addition to being costly, bid protests are likely to have an effect on your company’s business revenues. Knowing how to write compliant and effective proposals is a critical step for companBecause the law firm of Watson & Associates works in litigation involving both sides of bid protests, this training class will help participants understand the caveats of this process and how to avoid and minimize the impact of bid protests; and, similarly, what to do if you need to file.
Training topics will include:
- Overview of the bid protest process
- Understanding valid reasons for filing a bid protest
- Evaluating when filing a bid protest can impact relationships
- Learning the benefits of filing to one forum or another
- How to write technical proposals that minimize the impact of bid protests
- Protesting technical evaluations
- Understanding the automatic stay provisions—how does it impact your decision?
- Learning the legal grounds for a bid protest in a factual manner
- Understanding the latitude of government officials during source selection
- Pre-award protests
- Understanding best-value and trade-off analysis
- How to write your proposal to withstand a bid protest
- Identifying what is speculation and what is not
- Changes in court decisions
- Learn the strategies to effectively file or defend a bid protest ( We cannot use protected information to conduct training classes)
- Network with other government contracting companies
- Catered Lunch Provided
October 24, 2016
Times: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Max 2 registrants per company.
For more information about our government contract training services contact Watson & Associates today or call 1-866-601-5518.
Disclaimer: Watson & Associates, LLC reserves the right to cancel classes with minimum participation (20 registered attendees). Please make travel plans that are flexible. We will not be responsible for the cancellation of travel costs.