In this webinar, Scott Cook, CFCM, ICCM-F, will discuss what “competition” means in different aspects of federal contracting, and how best to use this knowledge to increase your firm’s possibility of winning a government contract.
After the webinar, you will
understand various types of competition in the federal marketplace
know the theories behind each type of competition and why they exist
know how to compete in each situation
Target Audience: Small business contractors pursuing opportunities in the federal marketplace
As a client of CT PTAC, you can attend this webinar at no cost to you. So, if this topic is of interest to you, check out the details below and register today.
FAR Overview: Types of Federal Contract Competition
Date: September 12, 2019
Time: 1:00 p.m. EDT
Instructor: Scott P. Cook
Cost: FREE with coupon code CT9102
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Meet Your Instructor:
SCOTT P. COOK. Mr. Cook has over forty years of experience in the cradle-to-grave management of multi-year, multi-million dollar federal contracts. He is a Certified Federal Contract Manager, holds an Industry Certification in Contract Management-Federal, is FAC-C Level III certified, and has held an unlimited Contracting Officer warrant. Mr. Cook has taught federal procurement courses for the University of Virginia, Northern Virginia Community College, the Catholic University of America, the USDA Graduate School, and numerous other institutions. He is the co-author of “Managing Cost Reimbursable Contracts: Providing Guidance in Difficult Waters,” published in 2010 by Government Training Inc. Mr. Cook holds a BA in English from the University of Virginia and an MBA from George Washington University. He was a recipient of the Secretary of the Navy Career Fellowship for graduate study and was a graduate of the first GSA Trail Boss contracting officer program.