This course focuses on source selection methods, typical organization (and variants), and source selection procedures. It examines special acquisition planning issues including concept development, market exchanges and multi-step acquisition procedures. It covers preparation and approval of a technical plan, peer review, activities of technical evaluation panel, qualitative and quantitative scoring methods, oral presentations, cost realism analysis and making/supporting a source selection recommendation.
- Review of various source selection procedures and techniques
- Study of technical proposal analysis, peer review and scoring methods
- Application of market research techniques
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