Defensible Bidder Debarring

Your organization has decided it will only work with ethical suppliers with a good performance history. How can you exclude those unethical or poorly performing bidders from your process without running afoul of trade agreements and other obligations? How long should that debarment remain in place? Can you extend debarment to officers and directors of those companies? What are the legal and practical risks of getting it wrong?

If any of these questions resonate with you then join us for an interactive Webinar to explore how to become an ‘owner of choice’ by conducting fair, effective and value driven procurements that allow you to reward the best players and minimize your reliance on marginal performers.

Date: June 17, 2020
Time: 10:00am to 11:30am PT
Instructor: Maureen Sullivan & Lise Patry
Format: Online seminar with two-way voice and text communication between you/your team and your instructor
Investment: $119 per person OR register 5 or more and receive a 10% discount at checkout

Learning Objectives

  • Review common reasons for disqualifying bidders from procurement processes
  • Examine the common Law, CETA and CFTA requirements disqualification
  • Review the legal and political risks associated with improper debarment
  • Review how some jurisdictions have tackled this issue
  • Discuss practical strategies and real-life illustrations that can help you establish a fair and defensible process for debarring

Public Session

June 17, 2020

10:00 – 11:30 AM PST

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