Effective Communication Between Government and Industry
Join this session for key insights and hands-on tactics that will help contracting officers and program managers improve communication and contracting outcomes for the benefit of their government agencies. | Live Virtual Training | Intermediate | 90 minutes | 1.5 CPE/CLP | $55 member/$69 non-member
We've been talking about the need for open communication between government and industry for a very long time! So why does it feel like both sides are still not able to do it effectively? Despite best intentions to communicate, government and industry often speak different languages, have different perspectives, processes, procedures, interests and expectations. The biggest pitfall to communicating is not recognizing these differences on either side. As a current industry leader and former government buyer, the speaker will share a unique perspective on how to achieve successful communication and partnerships through all stages of the acquisition lifecycle. Join this session for key insights and hands-on tactics that will help contracting officers and program managers improve communication and contracting outcomes for the benefit of their government agencies. Explore real-life examples transparency and honest communications driving successful competitions.
- Improve communication by understanding industry perspectives, processes, and procedures.
- Increase competition and enable contractors to submit high-quality proposals that ensure post-award contract success.
- 1.7 Communication and Documentation
- C.1 Continuous Learning
Level of Difficulty:
- $55 Member/ $69 Non-Member
- Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more.
- To register a group of any size, contact [email protected] for assistance.
- This training is conducted through My Virtual Training and presented via Zoom.
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