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Source Evaluation and Selection (Best Value)

Course ID

SES BV-EL

Continuous Learning Points (CLPs)

16

Course Length

2 Days

Modality

In-Person 

Virtual

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Description

This two-day, elective course guides those in the acquisition workforce to understand the importance of learning the trade-off approach used in achieving a best value acquisition (BVA). Often, this role goes unknown. During this course, participants learn how to best select a trade-off and the steps in constructing, planning, conducting, and fully executing a BVA. Participants of this class learn the outcomes of source selections. Participants gain hands-on experiences and work through exercises to best ensure their understanding of Best Value Source Selections during this course.

Learning Objectives

• Implement formal source selection procedures involving the responsibilities of boards, councils, panels, or groups who perform the evaluation
• Evaluation procedures used in selection, including clarifications, disposition of deficient proposals, and discussions with the source selection organization and the offerors
• Understand lowest priced technically acceptable (LPTA) methodology
• Apply the rules related to using the best-value process in source selection
• Develop evaluation factors and scoring methods
• Negotiate procedures and request of final proposal revisions (FPRs)
• Apply the procedures to follow in the source selection discussion process

Pre-Requistes

None

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