"The GovConectx program, Hidden Traps in an RFP and Pre-Award Protests, was exceptional. Lewis Rhodes, the presenter, provided extremely valuable and actional insights and advice on so many matters that are critical to developing a successful proposal strategy. My take-aways from the program will certain enhance future proposal efforts. Hats off to both GovConectx for identifying the need for such a program and to Lewis Rhodes and his firm General Counsel PC for delivering such rich content." Don Owens, CITP, CPA, CFF, CFE, CRMA, Director, BPX Technologies,
"Just a note to say today’s class was excellent. I learned a lot and feel more confident about reading RFPs. Your speaker was knowledgeable, engaging and easy to follow. In spite of the medium, it was very interactive and so more valuable." Anne Terry, MPF Federal
Finding Traps in an RFP
A Request for Proposal is a document issued by the Government asking select vendors to submit proposals for their consideration. Vendors are usually required to submit timelines, budgets, company information, and even a project. The RFP issuer then reviews all proposals and selects a winning vendor who is awarded their business.
Because it looks like there’s strong synergy between what an agency requests and what an organization provide, companies become overly confident when they see an RFP (Request for Proposal) that falls within their sales area and think the deal is as good as done.
But are there hidden traps in the proposal?
Join us on July 16, 2020 as Lewis Rhodes, GovCon Attorney, with General Counsel PC., details some of the "traps" that can be hidden in an RFP. He will particularly focus on Sections L and M and identify problem areas that can catch the unwary. He will also discuss the concept of a pre-award protest and how certain protest grounds can be waived if not made prior to an bid submission.
This information will help you better understand how the Government can set up evaluation factors and help you draft your response accordingly while also protecting your possible protest rights.
This live, on line, interactive event is a must for new and existing government contractors.
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When: July 16, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Where: This on line event is live and interactive.
Fees: $99.00 / Person
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