The “Other” Kind of Contracting – Best Practices for Government Success

Real Estate, Land Use & Construction Law

The “Other” Kind of Contracting – Best Practices for Government Success

Nov 5, 2009 | Real Estate, Land Use & Construction Law

As announced previously , we were very happy to participate in a recent seminar on government contracting in connection with the Associated Builders and Contractors – Metro Washington Chapter . The seminar, which took place last week, was a great success with a room that was filled to capacity, some great speakers and information, and very enjoyable and educational experience for me as a participant and speaker. The response is certainly indicative of the interest in government contracting topics right now.

For those interested, here is a copy of our presentation materials which addressed different contract vehicles and bidding methods, common procurement issues, and the process of bid protests in particular.

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