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Cost to the government must be considered in the award of every contract, including in the award of fixed price-type contracts and task orders. And there are many different kinds of price analysis techniques (e.g., reasonableness, realism, etc.) that can and should be used when analyzing offerors’ prices. Different price evaluation requirements, however, could result in very different pricing strategies, and this may be the difference between winning and losing a contract. But do agency personnel understand the meaning of the price evaluation terms they include in solicitations? And do they know how to perform various types of price evaluations? And do contractors understand how to maximize their chances of success in this part of their proposal? This virtual class is for both contractor and agency personnel who want (or need) to have a better understanding of the price evaluation process.
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This Understanding the Proposal Evaluation Process Series is for both contractors and agencies who want, or need, to have a better understanding of the proposal evaluation process. Each virtual class in the series will examine one common evaluation factor. Each topic has been selected because it is often a significant, possibly deciding, factor in the ultimate award decision of many federal contract awards.Before each session we will send out optional homework questions that can be answered to earn points toward prizes such as Starbucks gift cards. With each virtual class, our expert will seek to answer two questions about the discussed evaluation factor. (1) How do contractors maximize their chance for success in this part of their proposal? (2) How do government personnel perform a proper evaluation of this factor?
This virtual class is ESSENTIAL for any individual-government or contractor-who will ever be involved in the proposal preparation and evaluation process.
Understanding the Proposal Evaluation Process Series (to register for the 2017 series, click here)
First Thursday of the month
1:30 pm to 2:45 pm (ET)
January 5: Technical and Management Evaluations
February 2: Price Evaluations
March 2: Past Performance Evaluations
April 6: Cost Realism Evaluations
May 4: Key Personnel Evaluations
June 1: Socioeconomic Evaluations
September 7: Responsibility Evaluations
October 5: Source Selection Authority and Award Types
*topics are subject to change*
1.0 credit per session; 10.0 credits for entire series
1.5 credit per session; 12.0 credits for entire series
1.25 credit per session; 10.0 credits for entire series for AK, AZ, AR, CA, CO, FL, HI, ME, MT, NJ, NY, ND, OR, PA, VA, WI (if you need CLE for a state not listed, call us.)
0.125 credit per session; 1.0 credits for entire series
This course can be submitted to Project Management Institute (PMI) for PDU. Upon their approval, it may be worth 1.25 PDU credits per session; 10.0 PDU credits for entire series
Thursday, February 2, 2017 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
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