Topics discussed in the seminar will include legalities, estimating factors to consider (a follow up to the 2015 Annual Meeting Estimating Session), the bidding process on multi-disciplinary RFQ/RFPs, and international collaborations. The seminar will also discuss reasons to collaborate with other firms, and how to choose and contact other firms. There will be two mini-sessions in the seminar, both of which will follow up on topics discussed in the 2015 Annual Meeting's Practical Teaching Sessions. The first mini-session will be on online content creation for outreach, focusing on answering questions and providing updates, led by Scott M. Haskins. The second mini-session will be about business software and training, led by Chris Stavroudis.
Organized by the Conservators in Private Practice Group