In today’s competitive market, protests are an inevitable feature of most procurements. So if you want to succeed as a government contractor, you need to understand the complex web of regulations and requirements related to asserting and defending protests.
- Was a contract improperly awarded to someone else?
- Can you fight the agency’s decision and get the award after all?
- Now, what if you were the lucky awardee, wouldn’t you want to know why your proposal won? After all, this knowledge can help you improve your future win record.
The key to answering all of these questions is to take full advantage of a debriefing. The reality, however, is that few government contractors ever do so.
Sign up for this course and learn the right questions to ask in the debrief, and how to protect your right to an award.
Then learn all about protests, as we walk you through the who, what, when, where, why and how of filing a bid protest.
This course aims to show you how to use debriefings and protests as an affirmative tool to get the contracts you want and maximize your chance of success in the future.
Target Audience: Novice and experienced small business government contractors