Bid Protests-
Winning or Losing

Secure Your Contract Award

2 Learning Credits

June 17, 2021

Available Live or On-Demand

Learn Why Bid Protests occur and learn the steps you can take to prevent them

Bid protests have become a regular feature of government contracting.  Experienced contractors know that understanding how bid protests work—both the process and the substantive issues—is essential to maximizing their competitive positions.  This is true when deciding if, and when, to protest, and knowing how to participate in a protest to help protect a contract award.  This webinar, taught by two government contract attorneys with  protest experience, will provide a comprehensive look at bid protests.


1:00pm - 3:00pm EST

Electronic Training Materials

All your course training materials will be delivered electronically

2 Learning Credits for Government or Industry

Meets Continuing Professional Education Credits (CPES) and Continuous Learning Points (CLPS)

CSCM Certification

Bid Protests fulfills the webinar requirement for completion of the Certified Schedules Contracts Manager certificate program.

NCMA Credit

This courses meets the course requirements of the National Contract Management Association’s certification programs.

HRCI Certification Institute

This courses meets the requirements of the HRCI Certification Institutes continuing education requirements.



Virtual Instructor Led



Key Topics Covered

Our Instructors

Heather Mims

Associate attorney

Heather Mims  practice is primarily focused on government contracts law, employment law, and litigation. Heather has extensive experience litigating bid protests before the Government Accountability Office. She also has experience working with contractors on claims and appeals, government contract terminations, and subcontract disputes. 

Tyler Freiberger


 Tyler primarily focuses on employment law, litigation, and compliance with regulations on federal contractors. He has successfully litigated employment issues before the EEOC, MSPB, local counties human rights commissions, the United States D.C. District Court, Maryland District Court, and the Eastern District of Virginia. 

Our Students Say

I’ve been taking a lot of on-line course this summer because of the reduced rates and I have to say, your class was probably one of the best trainings I have done in a long time. It was fantastic. I learned a lot!
Dawn Hetzer
Contracts Manager, IntelliGenesis
This was the most comprehensive and clearly presented course I’ve ever attended. The material was understandable and the instructors presented it thoroughly and with great knowledge.
—Pam Stevens,
Booz Allen

Bid Protests: Winning or Losing

$99 | June 17 | 1:00pm-3:00pm ESt 

Our clients

Centre has provided our national recognized training services to a wide range of both government and industry clients.