This report provides guidance and insights into how contractors can best use debriefings and bid protests to increase their chances of success in today’s market.
Debriefings after a lost competition are a critical component of government contracting and companies often use them to gather lessons learned on why they lost a contract.
After spending precious resources on a competition, companies want to know why they failed and where they can improve.
A good, quality debriefing can be a building block for future success. However, getting that good quality debriefing can be a challenge, according to our research.
Table of Contents:
- The Quality of Contract Debriefings
- Oral versus Written Debriefings
- The Need for Bid Protests
- Room for Improvement