This webinar is a part of Thompson Coburn’s Government Contracting TCLE series which also includes Making the Most of Your Debriefing and The ABCs of REAs. If you would like to register for additional webinars in this series, please click here.
Government solicitations for services frequently include a requirement to identify key personnel who will work on the awarded contract. If so, offerors may be required to also include resumes and letters of commitment for each person proposed in the specified key personnel position(s), and the proposed key personnel usually will be considered as part of the solicitation’s evaluation criteria. This webinar will address key personnel requirements and how they are impacted by agency decisions to award with or without discussions, procurement delays, protests, and agency corrective action decisions.
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March 12, 2019
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