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Writing Clear Statements of Work (SOWs) and Performance Work Statements (PWSs): Avoid Confusion and
Aug 4, 2021 from 12:00 to 13:30 (ET)
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Date and Time:
August 4th, 12 Noon-1:30 PM Eastern Time
Successful procurements are heavily reliant upon logical, complete solicitation documents. Too often, the writers of procurement documents know what they want but are unable to convey needs and goals clearly. The result is that responses are not acceptable or fully compliant, and an endless cycle of questions, answers and requests for clarification ensues. By ensuring what you write is audience- (bidder) focused, implements the principles of plain language, and uses a structured approach that avoids repetition and redundancy, the entire procurement or solicitation process can be simpler and more productive.
• Formulate clearer solicitation documents by focusing on the audience.
• Use plain language effectively to write better solicitation documents.
• Identify and mitigate areas of bidder uncertainty and minimize the Q&A cycle.
Janet Arrowood, President, The Write Source
3.2, “Contract Principles” 4.1, “Plan Solicitation”; 126.96.36.199, “Six-Step Contract Changes Management Process”
Participants earn 1.5 CPE/CLP credits
The recording will be made available to NCMA members shortly after the live webinar.
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