Who should attend
This course is for contracting and noncontracting personnel who already have basic knowledge of the source selection process but are looking to further develop their skills through hands-on application and case studies.
About the course
Knowledge of the source selection process means understanding the legal basis behind the process, the development of evaluation factors and standards, and the interconnected relationship among all of the various aspects of the process. You will learn the nuances of the source selection process by participating in discussion, role-playing, and applying learned skills and techniques to case-study-based exercises. You will practice preparing effective proposal instructions, conducting communications and debriefs among stakeholders, and more.
- Analyze the congressional intent behind the source selection requirements of FAR Part 15
- Evaluate the effectiveness of a written source selection strategy
- Critique evaluation factors and source selection instructions for a given requirement
- Critique a source selection team’s proposal evaluation process and recommend improvements
- Make a source selection award decision and justify your rationale
- Complete a source selection
Source Selection Policy
- Purpose of Source Selection
- Legal Intent of Source Selection Policy
Source Selection Planning
- Source Selection Teams
- Source Selection Strategy
Source Selection Instructions and Evaluation Criteria
- Evaluation Factors
- Scoring Plans and Rating Systems
- Communicating the Source Selection Strategy in the Solicitation
Source Selection Evaluations and Communications
- Evaluation Best Practices
- Clarifications, Communications, and Discussions
Source Selection Award
- Making the Source Selection Decision
- Award Notification and Postaward Debriefings
- Completing a Source Selection
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.