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A Government Contractor's Survival Kit: Understanding Three Challenging Aspects of Procurement

Past Performance Primer

In selecting winning vendors, federal, state and local governments have typically looked at past contract performance information as part of their overall evaluation processes. Vendors that have a history of performing well have always enjoyed a better chance of winning than those that do not. Since the late 1990s the federal government began placing even more emphasis on past performance. This webinar will review past performance data gathering and suggest ways for you to manage information collected. We will also provide instruction on challenging negative performance reviews before the boards and the Court of Federal Claims.

CLE
The live presentation of this program was approved for 1.0 hour general CLE credit in California and Illinois, and 1.2 general CLE credit in Missouri. CLE credit is no longer available for this recording.

Presenter:
Scott Lane

Originally Presented:
March 2, 2017

Government Contracts – Government Agency Corrective Actions and How to Deal With Them

Government agencies often take corrective action in response to bid protests rather than defend their contract award decision. This webinar will examine why agencies make corrective action decisions, what corrective actions generally entail, and how they impact the parties involved. We will also discuss whether and how the affected parties might object to a corrective action once it has been announced or implemented.

The live presentation of this program was approved for 1.0 hour general CLE credit in California and Illinois, and 1.2 hours general CLE credit in Missouri.

The recording of this program is eligible for 1.0 hour of general CLE credit in Illinois. To receive credit after watching the recording, please complete and submit the verification form.

Presenters:
Kym Nucci
Scott Lane

Originally Presented:
April 26, 2017