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WOD: Improving Source Selection and Reducing Protests in an Age of Austerity 170065 10.04.2012
by Dan Chenok, Alan Chvotkin, Steve Maser
Author / Presenter:Dan Chenok, Alan Chvotkin, Steve Maser
Date published:Oct 04, 2012
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Based on a two-year study of source selections and GAO protests, this webinar will review the fundamentals of government source selection process, using the Department of Defense as an example, and the GAO bid protest decision-making. It will also discuss contracting to achieve strategic outcomes and will conclude with an update on trends in source selections and protests as government spending declines.

This webinar will address:
-The fundamentals of a solid source selection process;
-How GAO makes bid protest decisions;
-Research finidings and recommendations to improve source selection;
-Contracting to acheive strategic program outcomes; and,
-Recent developments and trends in source selection and protests

Dan Chenok, Executive Director IBM Center for The Business of Government
Alan Chvotkin, Executive Vice President & Counsel, Professional Services Council
Steven Maser, Professor of Public Management and Public Policy, Willamette University - Atkinson Graduate School of Management

This is a downloadable product in the form of a zip file. The zip file contains the following: - File(s) to run Webinar on Demand
-1 Read Me file
-1 printable PDF file containing the Certificate of Completion and copy of the PowerPoint slides

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