If you work in the Government acquisition world, this podcast is for you. (not just for Contracting Officers!)
In Part 1 of our past performance series (Episode 267) we covered the factors the government uses in evaluating past performance and what they mean in context. Part 2 gets deeper into how past performance is used in the source selection process and Part 3 talks application of past performance.
But what happens if you don’t have any past performance? Is there any chance of winning a Government contract? Of course there is! In the GovCon world, having no history of past performance doesn’t count against you. Sounds confusing? Listen and learn as Kevin and Paul discuss why both Government and industry can leverage this unique situation for the benefit of all.
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Kevin Jans and Paul Schauer created the Contracting Officer Podcast to help government and industry acquisition professionals understand more about how the other side thinks. As former government Contracting Officers who have also walked in industry’s shoes, Kevin and Paul share their perspectives in support of the podcast mission: Make government contracts better, one contract at a time.
Admittedly, the podcast’s name sounds very limiting. It is not just for contracting officers or even just for those in the contracting profession. Anyone with an interest in the Federal acquisition world can benefit from the insight and down-to-earth explanations of complicated topics provided by the hosts.