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WOD: IDIQ Contracts: The Life Cycle of Task and Delivery Orders in Today's Procurement Environment 170072 02.07.2013
by Brian Friel
 
 
Author / Presenter:Brian Friel
Date published:Feb 07, 2013
Language:English
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Multiple-award indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts, or IDIQs, are now the primary federal purchasing method for technology and are increasingly central to professional services, construction, transportation and other categories. The proliferation of IDIQ contract vehicles in recent years has made it difficult for:
a) acquisition professionals in government to keep up with best practices and
b) for potential bidders to track opportunities.
Understanding the operating principles of the IDIQ market can:
a) help government get value and also meet regulatory and legislative requirements and
b) help industry maximize business.

Learning Objectives:
- How agencies are using IDIQs to comply with new regulatory and legislative requirements and administration mandates;
- Five operating principles driving IDIQ usage; and,
- How the life-cycle of IDIQs affects ordering behavior.

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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