Tuesday, June 29, 2004

Intro to Federal Govt Subcontracting, July 14

Just received this email-

Work for government contractors as a sub? Want to?

Let a prominent DC attorney show you the ropes for successfully entering into and performing under those agreements.

For small firms, the real money in government contracting comes from teaming with other companies. Subcontracting can get you your first government contract and, with experience in the market, joint venturing will help you get bigger projects.

This seminar will cover the full range of teaming arrangements and you will sharpen your understanding of current procurement trends and its impact on teaming opportunities.

Additionally, the course will cover how to negotiate and draft agreements and contracts, the legal pitfalls and your rights and responsibilities under various teaming arrangements.

Instructor Pam Mazza, senior partner in the law firm Pilerio, Mazza and Pargament, LLC, advises clients on all aspects of government contracting. She specializes in working with woman- and minority-owned firms as well as with tribal governments.

Subcontracting and teaming in the Federal Market

Susan M. Kuhn
Dir. of Programs, National Women's Business Center
1001 Conn. Ave., NW #919
Washington, DC 20036

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