Making the Right Choices in Government Contracting℠ Virtual Class Series

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 course discusses the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and statutes that give rise to these choices.

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Dates and Topics

  • First Session – September 19, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
    1. What do Intelligent People Say About Incorrect Choices?
    2. Why do People Make Bad Choices?
    3. Government Contracts Lifecycle – Where Choices Take Place
    4. Solicitation Choices
    5. Proposal Preparation Choices
    6. Timing Choices
    7. Verbal/authority Choices
    8. Methods of Contract Formation
    9. Truth in Negotiation Act Choices
  • Second Session – September 26, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
    1. Government v. Commercial Contracting
    2. Award of Contract
    3. Protests
    4. Contract Types
    5. Examples
    6. Multiple Award Schedule Choices
    7. Subcontract Management
  • Third Session – October 3, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
    1. Contract Administration Choices
    2. Contract Closeout Choices
    3. Termination Choices
    4. Claims Choices
    5. Ten Big Choices

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