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Competing Successfully for DoD Architectural-Engineering Contracts (Course)

ORIGINALLY PRESENTED SEPTEMBER 24 - 26, 2013

Course Title:  Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts (SF330)

Course Presenters:  Camille Krolikowski 

Course Length:  10 Modules / 4 Hours 

Course Credit Hours:  4 PDHs / 4 AIA LUs

Course Overview:

This course gives an overview of the Department of Defense Architect-Engineer Evaluation and Selection Processes with a special focus on key aspects of planning, preparing and submitting winning SF330 proposals according to Federal Acquisition Regulations and Federal AE Contracting Guidance. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive proposals for Federal contracts. Preparing and submitting proposals in competing for Architect-Engineer Contracts is time-consuming, resource intensive and often financially risky, especially in highly competitive economic times. There is more to winning a contract for AE services than the submission of a single SF330. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive SF330s.

 The course will cover:

  • Background of FAR and guidance for DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  • Typical solicitation requirements
  • Expected content for highly competitive SF 330s
  • Hands on exercises for improving SF330 material
  • Evaluations, selection processes, and award notifications for AE contract competitions
  • Debrief protocol
  • Protests and when they are appropriate

Learning Objectives:

  1. Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Requirements (FARs)
  2. Familiarization with typical FEDBIZOPS solicitations
  3. Learning about DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  4. Educating proposal writers on competitive content of SF330s

Attachments:

  • Modules 1-2 Handouts
  • Modules 3-4 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 1-4
  • Modules 6-7 Handouts
  • Modules 8-9 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 6-9
  • Presenter Bio:  Camille Krolikowski
  • Useful Resources - Websites

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37704 Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts - Modules 1&2

Course Title:  Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts (SF330)

Course Presenters:  Camille Krolikowski 

Course Length:  10 Modules / 8 Hours 

Course Credit Hours:  4 PDHs / 4 AIA LU 

Course Overview:

This course gives an overview of the Department of Defense Architect-Engineer Evaluation and Selection Processes with a special focus on key aspects of planning, preparing and submitting winning SF330 proposals according to Federal Acquisition Regulations and Federal AE Contracting Guidance. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive proposals for Federal contracts. Preparing and submitting proposals in competing for Architect-Engineer Contracts is time-consuming, resource intensive and often financially risky, especially in highly competitive economic times. There is more to winning a contract for AE services than the submission of a single SF330. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive SF330s.

 The course will cover:

  • Background of FAR and guidance for DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  • Typical solicitation requirements
  • Expected content for highly competitive SF 330s
  • Hands on exercises for improving SF330 material
  • Evaluations, selection processes, and award notifications for AE contract competitions
  • Debrief protocol
  • Protests and when they are appropriate

Learning Objectives:

  1. Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Requirements (FARs)
  2. Familiarization with typical FEDBIZOPS solicitations
  3. Learning about DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  4. Educating proposal writers on competitive content of SF330s

Attachments:

  • Modules 1-2 Handouts
  • Modules 3-4 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 1-4
  • Modules 6-7 Handouts
  • Modules 8-9 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 6-9
  • Presenter Bio:  Camille Krolikowski
  • Useful Resources - Websites

37705 Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts - Modules 3&4

Course Title:  Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts (SF330)

Course Presenters:  Camille Krolikowski 

Course Length:  10 Modules / 8 Hours 

Course Credit Hours:  4 PDHs / 4 AIA LU  

Course Overview:

This course gives an overview of the Department of Defense Architect-Engineer Evaluation and Selection Processes with a special focus on key aspects of planning, preparing and submitting winning SF330 proposals according to Federal Acquisition Regulations and Federal AE Contracting Guidance. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive proposals for Federal contracts. Preparing and submitting proposals in competing for Architect-Engineer Contracts is time-consuming, resource intensive and often financially risky, especially in highly competitive economic times. There is more to winning a contract for AE services than the submission of a single SF330. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive SF330s.

 The course will cover:

  • Background of FAR and guidance for DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  • Typical solicitation requirements
  • Expected content for highly competitive SF 330s
  • Hands on exercises for improving SF330 material
  • Evaluations, selection processes, and award notifications for AE contract competitions
  • Debrief protocol
  • Protests and when they are appropriate

Learning Objectives:

  1. Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Requirements (FARs)
  2. Familiarization with typical FEDBIZOPS solicitations
  3. Learning about DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  4. Educating proposal writers on competitive content of SF330s

Attachments:

  • Modules 1-2 Handouts
  • Modules 3-4 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 1-4
  • Modules 6-7 Handouts
  • Modules 8-9 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 6-9
  • Presenter Bio:  Camille Krolikowski
  • Useful Resources - Websites

37708 Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts - Module 5

Course Title:  Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts (SF330)

Course Presenters:  Camille Krolikowski 

Course Length:  10 Modules / 8 Hours 

Course Credit Hours:  4 PDHs / 4 AIA LU  

Course Overview:

This course gives an overview of the Department of Defense Architect-Engineer Evaluation and Selection Processes with a special focus on key aspects of planning, preparing and submitting winning SF330 proposals according to Federal Acquisition Regulations and Federal AE Contracting Guidance. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive proposals for Federal contracts. Preparing and submitting proposals in competing for Architect-Engineer Contracts is time-consuming, resource intensive and often financially risky, especially in highly competitive economic times. There is more to winning a contract for AE services than the submission of a single SF330. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive SF330s.

 The course will cover:

  • Background of FAR and guidance for DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  • Typical solicitation requirements
  • Expected content for highly competitive SF 330s
  • Hands on exercises for improving SF330 material
  • Evaluations, selection processes, and award notifications for AE contract competitions
  • Debrief protocol
  • Protests and when they are appropriate

Learning Objectives:

  1. Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Requirements (FARs)
  2. Familiarization with typical FEDBIZOPS solicitations
  3. Learning about DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  4. Educating proposal writers on competitive content of SF330s

Attachments:

  • Modules 1-2 Handouts
  • Modules 3-4 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 1-4
  • Modules 6-7 Handouts
  • Modules 8-9 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 6-9
  • Presenter Bio:  Camille Krolikowski
  • Useful Resources - Websites

37709 Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts - Modules 6&7

Course Title:  Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts (SF330)

Course Presenters:  Camille Krolikowski 

Course Length:  10 Modules / 8 Hours 

Course Credit Hours:  4 PDHs / 4 AIA LU

Course Overview:

This course gives an overview of the Department of Defense Architect-Engineer Evaluation and Selection Processes with a special focus on key aspects of planning, preparing and submitting winning SF330 proposals according to Federal Acquisition Regulations and Federal AE Contracting Guidance. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive proposals for Federal contracts. Preparing and submitting proposals in competing for Architect-Engineer Contracts is time-consuming, resource intensive and often financially risky, especially in highly competitive economic times. There is more to winning a contract for AE services than the submission of a single SF330. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive SF330s.

 The course will cover:

  • Background of FAR and guidance for DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  • Typical solicitation requirements
  • Expected content for highly competitive SF 330s
  • Hands on exercises for improving SF330 material
  • Evaluations, selection processes, and award notifications for AE contract competitions
  • Debrief protocol
  • Protests and when they are appropriate

Learning Objectives:

  1. Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Requirements (FARs)
  2. Familiarization with typical FEDBIZOPS solicitations
  3. Learning about DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  4. Educating proposal writers on competitive content of SF330s

Attachments:

  • Modules 1-2 Handouts
  • Modules 3-4 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 1-4
  • Modules 6-7 Handouts
  • Modules 8-9 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 6-9
  • Presenter Bio:  Camille Krolikowski
  • Useful Resources - Websites

37710 Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts - Modules 8&9

Course Title:  Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts (SF330)

Course Presenters:  Camille Krolikowski 

Course Length:  10 Modules / 8 Hours 

Course Credit Hours:  4 PDHs / 4 AIA LU  

Course Overview:

This course gives an overview of the Department of Defense Architect-Engineer Evaluation and Selection Processes with a special focus on key aspects of planning, preparing and submitting winning SF330 proposals according to Federal Acquisition Regulations and Federal AE Contracting Guidance. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive proposals for Federal contracts. Preparing and submitting proposals in competing for Architect-Engineer Contracts is time-consuming, resource intensive and often financially risky, especially in highly competitive economic times. There is more to winning a contract for AE services than the submission of a single SF330. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive SF330s.

 The course will cover:

  • Background of FAR and guidance for DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  • Typical solicitation requirements
  • Expected content for highly competitive SF 330s
  • Hands on exercises for improving SF330 material
  • Evaluations, selection processes, and award notifications for AE contract competitions
  • Debrief protocol
  • Protests and when they are appropriate

Learning Objectives:

  1. Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Requirements (FARs)
  2. Familiarization with typical FEDBIZOPS solicitations
  3. Learning about DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  4. Educating proposal writers on competitive content of SF330s

Attachments:

  • Modules 1-2 Handouts
  • Modules 3-4 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 1-4
  • Modules 6-7 Handouts
  • Modules 8-9 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 6-9
  • Presenter Bio:  Camille Krolikowski
  • Useful Resources - Websites

37711 Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts - Module 10

Course Title:  Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts (SF330)

Course Presenters:  Camille Krolikowski 

Course Length:  10 Modules / 8 Hours 

Course Credit Hours:  4 Hours  

Course Overview:

This course gives an overview of the Department of Defense Architect-Engineer Evaluation and Selection Processes with a special focus on key aspects of planning, preparing and submitting winning SF330 proposals according to Federal Acquisition Regulations and Federal AE Contracting Guidance. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive proposals for Federal contracts. Preparing and submitting proposals in competing for Architect-Engineer Contracts is time-consuming, resource intensive and often financially risky, especially in highly competitive economic times. There is more to winning a contract for AE services than the submission of a single SF330. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive SF330s.

 The course will cover:

  • Background of FAR and guidance for DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  • Typical solicitation requirements
  • Expected content for highly competitive SF 330s
  • Hands on exercises for improving SF330 material
  • Evaluations, selection processes, and award notifications for AE contract competitions
  • Debrief protocol
  • Protests and when they are appropriate

Learning Objectives:

  1. Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Requirements (FARs)
  2. Familiarization with typical FEDBIZOPS solicitations
  3. Learning about DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  4. Educating proposal writers on competitive content of SF330s

Attachments:

  • Modules 1-2 Handouts
  • Modules 3-4 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 1-4
  • Modules 6-7 Handouts
  • Modules 8-9 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 6-9
  • Presenter Bio:  Camille Krolikowski
  • Useful Resources - Websites

37715 Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts - Final Exam

Course Title:  Competing Successfully for DoD A-E Contracts (SF330)

Course Presenters:  Camille Krolikowski 

Course Length:  10 Modules / 8 Hours 

Course Credit Hours:  4 Hours  

Course Overview:

This course gives an overview of the Department of Defense Architect-Engineer Evaluation and Selection Processes with a special focus on key aspects of planning, preparing and submitting winning SF330 proposals according to Federal Acquisition Regulations and Federal AE Contracting Guidance. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive proposals for Federal contracts. Preparing and submitting proposals in competing for Architect-Engineer Contracts is time-consuming, resource intensive and often financially risky, especially in highly competitive economic times. There is more to winning a contract for AE services than the submission of a single SF330. An understanding of the evaluation and selection processes driving the SF330 format is invaluable in producing quality and highly competitive SF330s.

 The course will cover:

  • Background of FAR and guidance for DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  • Typical solicitation requirements
  • Expected content for highly competitive SF 330s
  • Hands on exercises for improving SF330 material
  • Evaluations, selection processes, and award notifications for AE contract competitions
  • Debrief protocol
  • Protests and when they are appropriate

Learning Objectives:

  1. Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Requirements (FARs)
  2. Familiarization with typical FEDBIZOPS solicitations
  3. Learning about DoD AE Evaluation and Selection Processes
  4. Educating proposal writers on competitive content of SF330s

Attachments:

  • Modules 1-2 Handouts
  • Modules 3-4 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 1-4
  • Modules 6-7 Handouts
  • Modules 8-9 Handouts
  • Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 6-9
  • Presenter Bio:  Camille Krolikowski
  • Useful Resources - Websites

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Modules 3-4 Handouts

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Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 1-4

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Modules 6-7 Handouts

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Modules 8-9 Handouts

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Q&A Responses to DOD Contracts - Modules 6-9

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Presenter Bio: Camille Krolikowski

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Useful Resources - Websites

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