Whether you have won a contract or have received the dreaded unsuccessful offeror letter regarding the procurement you have been vying for, a debrief is a useful tool. In its simplest of terms, the debrief is an explanation by the agency for choosing the proposal or quotation selected for award, the details of which depend on the specific Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) section under which the procurement was conducted. But a debrief is so much more. The debrief can provide the bases of protest, establish timeliness for a protest, and allow an unsuccessful offeror or bidder insight into how to improve their proposal or quotation for the next procurement.
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