In this first of three installments of PCI’s Everything You Need To Know About Bid, Size & Status Protests Series, experienced Government Contracts attorneys Maria Panichelli and Franklin Turner provide federal government contractors with a primer on how to effectively use debriefings, and assert bid protests, to increase contract opportunities and awards. They will:
- Explain What Bid Protests Are, and Why Contractors File Them
- Teach Attendees How to Effectively Utilize Bid Protests to Fight for Contract Awards They Did Not Receive
- Provide Attendees an Overview of the Bid Protest Process from the Protestor’s Point of View
- Walk Attendees Through How to Differentiate Between Types of Protests, and Their Respective Filing Deadlines
- Discuss Common Protest Bases and Arguments
- Instruct Attendees on How to Distinguish Between a Losing Protest and A Winning Protest
This webinar is part of a 3-Part Public Contracting Institute Webinar Series covering Everything You Need To Know About Bid, Size & Status. In today’s increasingly competitive federal market, protests – including bid, and size/status – are an inevitable feature of many procurements. Succeeding in the federal marketplace requires an understanding of these processes, and how to navigate them. In this series, Maria Panichelli and Franklin Turner provide attendees with an overview on the different types of protests that a government contractor can file, or have filed against it. Contractors learn the differences between bid, size, and status protests, and how to use each to challenge contract awards that were improperly made to competitors. Attendees also learn how to defend against unmeritorious protests filed against their own contract awards.