Knowledge Sharing Center Webinars
Negotiating and Executing the Contract
Webinar #6: Negotiating and Executing the Contract explains Evaluation Notices, which may be used to clarify the technical approach of the proposal. In government contracting, (FAR 15.306(d)), Negotiations are exchanges in either a competitive or sole source environment that are undertaken with the intent of allowing revisions to the proposal. These negotiations may include bargaining.
This webinar provides advice on how to ensure a mutually beneficial outcome if you're invited to negotiate a contract with NASA or other government agencies.
This webinar will stream live on Tuesday, May 21 at 10:30 am Central.
Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Time: 10:30 am CENTRAL
June: Properly Managing a Contract
July: Pricing, Invoicing, and Financial Management of a NASA Contract
August: Collaborating Through SBIR/STTR Opportunities
Responding to Solicitations and Creating Compliant Proposals & White Papers
Hosted by proposal and capture expert Ken Merwin, Lt. Col., U.S. Army (Retired), president of Polaris Systems, Inc.
Responding to Solicitations and Creating Compliant Proposals & White Papers is the fifth in a series of webinars designed to assist Minority Serving Institutions create new revenue streams through contracting opportunities with the federal government. Ken Merwin has 29 years of professional experience leading a variety of complex projects and heavyweight teams. His proposal and capture experience spans advanced technology, computer projects, IT services, facility support, security, and logistics with DoD, NASA, the CDC, USAID, and the Corps of Engineers. This webinar will instruct participants on how to respond appropriately to solicitations by understanding the government's request, the statement of work, and the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
Workbook: Doing Business With the United States Government
Get the digital version of this workbook to use as a companion to the training modules or webinar series.
For most of us, access to information is not enough for optimal learning and retention. This workbook is designed to enhance your overall learning experience. There is space throughout to note your thoughts, insights and take-a-way action items for quick review and future reference.
Dispersed throughout you’ll also find nuggets of wisdom, reminders, and words to inspire you and remind you of what this effort is all about.
Provide an email address with payment and a digital workbook will be sent to you. Allow 24 hours for processing.
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