On March 17, 2011, bid protest litigators Amy O’Sullivan and Puja Satiani will be teaching “Government Contracts Bid Protests: Practice, Procedure and Strategy,” a full-day seminar for Federal Publications Seminars. The course will focus on the practice, procedure, and strategy involved in protests at the agency-level and before the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, with the focus largely on the latter two forums. Participants will receive a copy of Government Contract Bid Protests: A Practical and Procedural Guide (2010 ed.), which was discussed in a previous blog entry.
Details about the course and on-line registration are available at http://www.fedpubseminars.com/Basics/Government-Contracts-Bid-Protests-Practice-Procedure-and-Strategy/.