On March 9th, 2016, Maria Panichelli and Amy Kirby presented their seminar, “Debriefings, Bid Protests and Size Status Eligibility“, as the second part of the Procurement Technical Assistance Center of Delaware‘s (PTAC) two-part seminar event, Two Seminars on the Same Day, One Price.
In today’s federal contracting market, the source selection process is extremely competitive. Understanding protests and the procedures relating to protests can make the difference between getting the contract or getting left out of the race altogether.
There are so many questions: Was a contract improperly awarded to someone else? Is there any way to fight the agency’s decision and get the award after all? What are the differences between the various types of protests (Bid Protests, Size Protests, and Status Protests) and Size/Eligibility Investigations, and which one should you use?
This seminar covered all aspects of the protest process. Learn how to use debriefings and protests as an affirmative tool to get the contract you want. We walked through the debriefing and protest process and explain the who, what, when, where, why & how of filing a protest. Attendees also learned how to defend your business against, or even avoid, protests filed by frustrated competitors.
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