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Jun 9, 2017 1:00-2:30 PM EDT
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Earn CLP/CPE credits if you attend this live session!

Source Selection requires a lot of up front acquisition planning from understanding the competitive environment, preparing the statement of work, the type of contract vehicle, price vs value trade-offs, to pre-qualifications and the importance of selecting the right source selection team. 
This process should not only be the responsibility of the government acquisition professional, but it is just as important for the contractor who may be interested in responding to the request for proposal (RFP). 
During this 90-minute program led by Attorney Jeremy Becker-Welts, will review the steps in a source selection process and discuss some of challenges facing both the government and the contractor before and during the selection process. 

Earn CLP/CPE credits if you attend this live session!
About Our Presenter ...
Jeremy Becker-Welts

Jeremy Welts began the practice of law following graduation from William & Mary Law School in 1986. He initially worked as an associate attorney in commercial litigation for a law firm in New England until 1989, when he was hired by NASA Langley Research Center as an Attorney Advisor. At NASA Langley, his work included advising on general law issues (procurement, construction, FOIA, tort, and fraud) serving as counsel to source evaluation boards, source selection officials, and litigation counsel in procurement-related activities and tort defense. Among his major accomplishments while at NASA, Jeremy developed and implemented an innovative procurement strategy to replace a 30 year old Boeing 737 research aircraft with a state of the art Boeing 757 aircraft at a significant cost savings ($17.5 million) to NASA; he served as Lead Agency counsel for all major NASA Langley Research Center litigation before the GSBCA (3 protests), NASA BCA (5 appeals), General Accounting Office (5 protests), U.S. Claims Court (1 case), and U.S. District Court (1 case), achieving a 100% success rate; and negotiated, drafted, and implemented Technology Reinvestment Project agreements on behalf of the Advanced Research Projects Agency with industry consortia for transfer of defense technology to civilian applications.

Jeremy has also Jeremy left NASA in 1995 to join the Department of Navy Office of General Counsel as a Senior Trial Attorney. While at Navy, he served as a trial attorney with the joint Department of Navy/Department of Justice A-12 Litigation Team.

Following his time on the A-12 Litigation Team, Jeremy was appointed Senior Assistant General Counsel with the U. S. General Services Administration (GSA), beginning in 1998. He served primarily in the Real Property Division, where he analyzed and defended construction and lease-related claims against the GSA; developed and implemented litigation strategies; prepared and presented the Agency’s position at numerous trials; prepared and led settlement negotiations in Alternative Dispute Resolution settings; assisted Department of Justice attorneys before the Court of Federal Claims and various bankruptcy courts; and provided counsel to high-profile ongoing construction projects and Agency Senior Management. 

In 2006, Jeremy joined the nationally-ranked law firm Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, LLP, as a Senior Attorney. Just prior to his retirement in January 2014, Jeremy served as Assistant District Counsel for the Middle East District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He was responsible for assisting the Corps in successfully awarding and administering construction contracts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Egypt, Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Jordan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Kazakhstan.