Join Ed DeLisle and Maria Panichelli for their presentation for TargetGov and the Government Contracting Institute on November 2, 2015 in Linthicum Heights, MD.
In today’s competitive federal contracting market, the source selection process is extremely competitive. As a result, many solicitations ultimately involve bid, size or status protests. Understanding these protests can make all the difference in actually getting the contract award you are after. In this presentation, we will cover all aspects of the protest process. You will learn how to use debriefings and bid protests as an affirmative tool when a contract was improperly awarded to someone else. You will also learn how to defend against, or even avoid, bid protests filed against you by frustrated competitors. Lastly, you’ll learn about SBA/VA size and status protests, which address challenges to the size and eligibility of Small, 8(a), VO/SDVOSB, ED/WOSB and HUBZone businesses. For more information and to register click here.
Edward T. DeLisle is Co-Chair of the Federal Contracting Practice Group. Ed frequently advises contractors on federal contracting matters including bid protests, claims and appeals, procurement issues, small business issues and dispute resolution.
Maria L. Panichelli is an Associate in the firm’s Federal Contracting Practice Group. Her practice includes a wide variety of federal contracting and construction matters, as well as all aspects of small business procurement.