The Federal Acquisition Institute (FAI) is offering a free acquisition webinar on the subject of Debriefings (FAR 15.505), and is opening the webinar to both government contracting officials and industry representatives.
Entitled “Lifting the Curtain – Debriefings,” this webinar will be held on Wednesday, July 22, 2015 from 1:00 to 3:00pm (EDT) on FAI’s Training Webcast Channel.
Webinar Description: Have you ever wondered how the Federal contracting process looks from the “other side”? Government contracting professionals probably think that their industry counterparts keep asking the same questions and just don’t understand the answers they are providing. Likewise, industry representatives probably think that Federal contracting professionals don’t understand the private sector and its needs. Join this Acquisition Seminar where we uncover and share experiences and thoughts of the Federal contracting process from both government and industry perspectives. During this seminar, we will conduct mock debriefing engagements between real industry and government procurement professionals to provide a first-hand look of the Federal contracting process from both sides. The mock debriefings presented during this seminar will shed light on both parties’ perspectives, and help you better understand your business partners. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to look behind the closed doors of debriefings and learn what the “other side” is really thinking!
Date: Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Time: 1:00 – 3:00 PM EDT
Webinar Location: http://www.fai.gov/webcast
Cost: No cost – this event is FREE for all participants.
- Industry Participants: http://www.fai.gov/survey/index.php?sid=17842&lang=en
- Government Participants (via FAITAS): https://www.fai.gov/drupal/content/acquisition-seminar-lifting-curtain-debriefings
Technical Requirements: If your agency does not allow streaming video, you will not be able to view the webcast from your office. The webcast is broadcast using the latest high definition audio and video technologies. The webcast streaming provider utilizes a leading Internet content delivery network (CDN) provider to broadcast the event. Therefore, you should not see any degraded audio or video. If you are experiencing poor audio or video connection it is due the location where you are watching the webcast. Your Internet connection speed (local and wide-area) network may not have sufficient bandwidth for your location. It is recommended viewing the webcast via wired Internet connection as opposed to Wi-Fi, as the bandwidth fluctuates depending on the number of users connected at your location.