Events for October 3, 2017 › Government Contracting Webinars
LEARN MORE & REGISTER Summary Indefinite delivery vehicles are used widely across government for purchasing a broad range of goods and services. Understanding how IDVs work, which IDVs are right for which kinds of situations and which specific IDVs are in use today can help federal buyers and sellers make better decisions. We’ll explore IDVs with an eye toward providing actionable information for government and industry. Dates and Topics To register for the entire Understanding IDIQs Virtual Class Series, click here. All sessions take place 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm. April 19: Indefinite Delivery Vehicles in Practice June 22: Get to Know the GWACs August 22: Evaluating IDIQs: Scorecard Methodology October 3: IDIQs to Watch in FY2018 December 5: Get to Know BPAs Group Policy Each … Continue readingFind out more »
LEARN MORE & REGISTER Summary This virtual class series covers the most important choices made by contractors and suggests ways to choose the right approach. Although not oriented towards agency contracting officials, the virtual classes provide valuable insights for them as well. The course covers choices in solicitations and proposals, the understanding of contract types (including Multiple Award Schedules), contract administration (including subcontract management), terminations and disputes. Each choice includes examples showing how an incorrect choice can be made and recommendations on how to avoid making it. Why make the wrong choices that contractors have made before you when you can avoid them by learning best practices and principles through the understanding of classic situations drawn from every phase of the government contracts lifecycle. The … Continue readingFind out more »
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