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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Federal Contracting: Separating Fact from Fiction
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Learn how the Affordable Care Act may affect Federal bidding, with short-term and long-term effects. This session focuses on elements of the Affordable Care Act and introduces strategies Federal bidders may employ to increase pWin and post-award performance.

10/16/2013
When: This is a webinar recording.
Where: This is a webinar recording.
APMP Online Conference Center
APMP Members: $25/Nonmembers: $75
Contact: Patrice Scheyer, Director of Marketing & Communications


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APMP
Webinar
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Federal Contracting: Separating Fact from Fiction

Presenter
Randy Richter,
President
Richter & Company


$25 for members/$75 for non-members 

Session Overview
Depending on your point of view, the Affordable Care Act may pose as a major disruption that promises to turn Federal bidding on its head – or will simply level the playing field, reduce costs and simplify bidding strategies. Discover what the Act really covers, and learn high-level strategies that Federal bidders may employ to increase pWin and post-award performance.

Key takeaways in this session include:

  • The PPACA is a fact of life. Proper planning now is necessary to prevent poor performance post-implementation.
  • PPACA impacts vary, based on company size.
  • Doomsday scenarios are possible – but unlikely.

 

About the Presenter
Randy Richter is President of Richter & Company, a Frederick, Maryland based competitive analysis and pricing strategy firm.  His knowledge and experience – combined with outstanding analytical and presentation skills and an overwhelming "can do” attitude – have helped clients win more than $60 Billion in business in the highly competitive Federal marketplace.  He has been a highly-rated speaker at many events, including recent APMP National and Regional conferences.