Should you protest a bid?

Many companies have used bid protests to obtain contract awards. By filing the right protest at the right time, a company can turn a loss into a win. And even if your company doesn't believe in protesting, you may still have to defend a major contract against a protest by a competitor. The course will give you the practical information that you need to file a timely protest or defeat a protest against your contract. This class is not to be missed!

Upcoming Training: Bid Protest
Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. EST
Location: Chevy Chase, MD or live in webinar format.

Call 888 661 4094, Ext. 2 to register by phone or click here to register now.

Both salesmen and managers need to understand when a successful protest can produce a contract win.

  • This course will teach you how to ask the right questions to make the right decision as to whether you should protest.
  • The course will discuss the types of losses that you should almost always protest. Equally important, there are some losses that you should almost never protest.
  • The course will teach you how to tell the difference.

There is much more to know. So don't miss Bid Protests

Fedmarket offers a range of full-day seminars covering topics such as GSA Schedules, federal sales and proposal development. View Fedmarket's seminar calendar for upcoming dates and locations.

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For inquiries, call 888 661 4094, Ext 2.


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