Articles tagged with : bid decision

An insider’s look at government source selection – how it really works and what you need to know: Part 2 | Lohfeld Business Winning Webinar

Date: July 29, 2021 Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm U.S. EDT | Virtual Location: ONLINE, LIVE, FREE WEBINAR Click to register Join us for the second part of our free two-part series examining the Federal Government acquisition and source selection life cycle with our experts in DOD, GSA, and civilian agency acquisition and source selections. We'll discuss: Bidder Discussions – What is the government’s approach to conducting discussions? Making the Award – What are the government’s approach and considerations in making the source selection? Part 1 covered procurement planning and proposal evaluations – click to watch the webinar replay and download the presentation Part 2 covers government discussions and source selection (July 29, 12:00 – 1:00 pm EDT)  Can’t make our live event? Register anyway, and we’ll send our webinar recording to you! Who should attend: Our two webinars let you ask questions and listen to experts with first-hand knowledge of source selection and evaluation...

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To Bid or Not to Bid

Seven Criteria for Making Sound Bid Decisions and Avoiding the Traps that Lead to Poor Bid Decisions

The bid/no-bid decision is the most important decision you can make in the bidding process. Making it correctly can raise your win rate, increase your company's revenue growth rate, and reduce your overall cost of new business acquisition. Making it poorly can cost you, your proposal team, and maybe your company. Bob Lohfeld discusses the Seven Criteria for Making Good Bid Decisions and the Traps that Cause Executives to Make Poor Decisions. He also discusses how balanced score cards can be used to predict win probability and how portfolio management techniques can be used to select bid opportunities.

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