Whether your organization secures a government contract or comes up short, under federal law, you generally have the right to a debriefing. Yet many contractors skip the debriefing process, missing a valuable opportunity to obtain an assessment of their proposals and figure out why and how the government selected another offeror.
Those organizations that do have the opportunity for a debriefing occasionally make mistakes that can substantially diminish the value of these evaluation sessions.
For more information on the debriefing process, join Thompson Coburn government contracts partners Tim Sullivan and Kym Nucci for a free webinar, “Making the Most of Your Debriefing.”
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