The next episode of The PCI Network is all about putting together a winning proposal. Lou Chiarella, Director and Faculty at PCI, shares three tips to help you craft a winning proposal. Mr. Chiarella is an attorney in the Washington, D.C. area with 20 years of experience specializing in all aspects of Government contracting. In addition to his current position, his previous experiences include: Professor of Contract and Fiscal Law, U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s School, Charlottesville, Virginia; Chief of Administrative and Civil Law, Fort Carson, Colorado; and Trial Attorney, U.S. Army Contract Appeals Division, Arlington, Virginia.
This blog does not provide any legal advice regarding any particular transaction.
- CONTRACTING OFFICER’S CLAIM WAS NOT “FINAL DECISION” BECAUSE IT INVITED CONTRACTOR TO SUBMIT FACTS AND DOCUMENTATION BEFORE FINAL DECISION
- PROTEST TO GAO IS UNTIMELY IF PRIOR AGENCY LEVEL PROTEST WAS UNTIMELY
- DON’T BUY SOFTWARE OR OTHER NEEDS FOR AN OPTION BEFORE IT IS EXERCISED
- INACTIVE SAM REGISTRATION AT TIME OF BID SUBMISSION IS AN IMMATERIAL AND CURABLE DEFECT
- MUST AN AGENCY PERMIT PRICE CHANGES IN FINAL PROPOSAL REVISIONS?