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Federal Bid Protests "Soup to Nuts": A Bid Protest Deep Dive in 2 Parts

Presented by Kara M. Sacilotto & Cara L. Sizemore & Sarah Hansen

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Course Description

Length: 1h 55min    Published: 4/19/2023    
A bid protest is the objection of an interested party regarding an award or termination of an award of a government contract. This program, which includes both parts of a 2-part series, will provide a comprehensive overview of government bid protests. Among the topics covered are pre-award bid protests, post-award bid protests, debriefings, stay of award overrides, and practical tips and traps for the unwary practitioner.
Learning Objectives
* Understand the basics of bid protests
* Learn the ins and outs of pre-award and post-award bid protests
* Get practical tips for handling bid protests

Speaker Q&A

Presented By:

Kara M. Sacilotto

Washington, DC


Cara L. Sizemore

Washington, D.C.


Sarah Hansen

Washington, D.C.


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