Contracting Officers review for organizational conflicts of interest (OCI) and appropriate proposed mitigation plan has intensified. If your company does not have an adequate understanding of OCI, its eligibility for certain awards could be at risk or a competitor with an unfair competitive advantage may be selected over your bid. This course will not only teach you how to identify actual and/or potential conflicts of interests with your bid and how to prevent such awards to a competitor, but it will also teach your company strategies for how to mitigate conflicts of interest so your bid may be considered in spite of certain OCIs.
Specifically Attendees Will Learn The Answers To The Following Questions:
1. What is an OCI?
2. How can an OCI be mitigated?
3. How to protest actual or potential OCIs?
4. Recent OCI developments?
About the Instructor:
Mr. Jerry Alfonso Miles, attorney with DEAL SERVICES, will lead the discussion. Mr. Miles is a member of the U.S. and International Procurement Bar. Mr. Miles has assisted companies in complying with the Federal Acquisition Regulations ('FAR"), the DFARS. He has experience helping companies to identify and mitigate bid and proposal risks, responding to government auditors, and resolving disputes with the government, and between prime contractors and subcontractors.