Vern Edwards Posted January 18 Report Share Posted January 18 This isn't just about you, Joel. Please, no more tales from the Corps. Let's talk policy. When contractors are required to submit certified cost or pricing data, they cannot omit any facts. Even when they do not have to submit certified cost or pricing data, they withhold or conceal facts at their peril. Revealing evaluators' first reactions to a proposal might be very helpful to a competitor. It might help them understand initial reactions to and, further, misunderstandings of their proposal. In any case, why hide initial opinions about a proposal from a potential teammate who wants to do business with you, especially if they can get the info through litigation? On 1/13/2023 at 5:49 AM, joel hoffman said: Establishing mutual trust and cooperation through effective oral (telephonic) and/or face to face communications are essential elements. Identifying and nurturing mutual goals and objectives are also important. And understanding the other person’s positions during difficulties is critical. You've proved my point. Teamwork my tookus. The government talks out of both sides of its mouth. As for your lawyer agreeing with you... 😂 I'm not talking about law. I'm talking about "mutual trust and cooperation." Do lawyers give us those? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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