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Government Procurements: Closing the Loop Through Open Records A complimentary event on February 22, 2022 - 1:00 PM EST

Have you ever gotten the cold shoulder from a government buyer after spending countless hours developing your proposal or bid for a government contract?
Or, have you felt like simply hearing the name of the company who won a contract was not
enough? 

What are "Open Records"?

Open records are documents in the possession of a governmental entity that are supposed to be made available to members of the public on request. Each of the fifty states has its own set of laws governing which documents are considered public.


Are Federal Government Contracts "Open Records"?

Government contracts are "public contracts," and the taxpayers have a right to know--with very few exceptions--what the government has agreed to buy and at what prices

Join us on February 8, 2022 when MyGovWatch.com founder Nick Bernardo will lead the teleseminar and answer questions about these little-used statutes to help you grow your B2G business.

Learn about the Federal Freedom of Information Actand so-called “open records” laws at the state and local level to find out how you can use these laws to:

1). See why the winner won, improving your future proposals

2). Learn why you lost, improving your future proposals

3). See how your competitors priced the deal, improving your future proposals; and

4). Determine whether it was a good idea to bid on the contract in the first place, improving future decision making.


​What: Government Procurements: Closing the Loop Through Open Records

When: February 22. 2022 at 1:00 PM EST

Where: On Line

Fees: This event is complimentary

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