A solid understanding of contract law is key to winning, managing, administering and fulfilling federal government contracts successfully. The following courses will provide participants a basic understanding of the complexities of contract law taught by leading government contracting attorneys from Washington, D.C.
Recorded Webinar | February 06, 2013
This 90-minute webinar will address recent developments in the cyber security arena, including recent legislative initiatives, the President’s Executive Order and relevant provisions of the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act, which would impose new reporting requirements and promote more effective information sharing on cyber threats between industry and the Government.
Recorded Webinar | January 31, 2013
This 90-minute webinar will provide a primer on debriefings in Federal Procurement. More than a general overview, subject matter experts will identify “best practices” and provide helpful questions and answers that government contractor personnel might consider raising in debriefings.
Recorded Webinar | December 16, 2012
This is a two DVD combo package that includes two of our most popular construction contracting webinars from 2012. Included DVDs: 'Understanding The Davis-Bacon Act and Prevailing Wage Law on Government Contracts' and 'Unraveling Certified Payroll Requirements on Government Construction Contracts' These two DVDs would normally cost $398 together, but for a limited time can be purchased together for $249.
Recorded Webinar | December 04, 2012
Smart small to mid-size companies looking for increased success in the federal marketplace know that one proven way to grow is to team up with a larger, more successful business. This can be done through a teaming arrangement, a joint venture, a subcontract, or by exploring a mentor-protégé agreement. While these vehicles are a great opportunity for growth, there are associated risks that can trap the unprepared.