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A Contractor's Guide to Doing Business with the Department of Homeland Security
This webinar will: (1) provide an overview of DHS' organization, including its operating agencies such as TSA, CBP, FEMA, Coast Guard, and others; (2) discuss its procurement and grant-making challenges and strategies; and (3) explain unique aspects of DHS' procurement rules as compared to other major federal agencies, e.g., differences between DHS procurement rules and the DOD procurement rules. Speakers will include two former senior officials from DHS.
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A Pocket Guide to Federal Government Contract Debriefings
This session provides an overview of the federal government contract debriefing process. Whether you're thinking about filing a bid protest, worried a protest may be filed against you or just want to learn what went wrong and how to do better next time, this session will answer all your questions. You'll learn valuable tips to help you prepare, do's and don'ts for interacting with the government and how to get the most out of your debriefing-all designed to help you transform the debriefing process into a key tool in your toolkit.
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Afghan Taxes, Business Registration, and Cost Recovery - A Step-by-Step Guide
For years, contractors working in Afghanistan have been stuck between two irreconcilable positions: the Afghan government seeks to impose business registration and taxation requirements, while the U.S. government tells contractors not to comply with those requirements.
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An Introduction to Government Contracting - Session 1: Statutes
Federal Acquisition Regulation governs Government Contrating. Learn about the most common statutes which have been put into law over the past fifty years.
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An Introduction to Government Contracting - Session 2 Regulations
This course cover the primary regulations that govern the US federal government contracting process. It is designed to give you a grounding in the history and meanings of the regulations.
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An Introduction to Government Contracting - Session 3 - The Contract Awards Process
This session discusses the awards and bids process in government contracts. Different types of contracts and implications of executing the contracts.
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An Introduction to Government Contracting - Session 4 - Costs, Claims and Disputes
Understand the how costs are recovered, bid protests, claims and disputes resolved in govenrment contracts. Get a better understanding of these processes and who is involved.
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An Introduction to Government Contracting through BARDA for Life Sciences Companies
Doing Business with the Department of Health & Human Services
Government contracting is an alternate source of non-dilutive financing for organizations. This webinar will provide an understanding of government contracting to help Life Sciences companies determine if this is a feasible approach for advancing their emerging technologies or innovations.
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An Introduction to Source Selection
Source Selection requires a lot of up front acquisition planning from understanding the competitive environment, preparing the statement of work, the type of contract vehicle, price vs value trade-offs, to pre-qualifications and the importance of selecting the right source selection team. This process should not only be the responsibility of the government acquisition professional, but it is just as important for the contractor who may be interested in responding to the request for proposal (RFP). This 90 minute long program, led by Attorney Jeremy Becker-Welts, will review the steps in a source selection process and discuss some of challenges facing both the government and the contractor before and during the selection process.
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Avoiding HIPAA Traps - What Contractors Need to Know
Health care spending accounts for about one-fifth of the U.S. economy. Government contractors and other vendors are increasingly finding synergies between their existing capabilities and health-related contracts. Is your company able to identify and meet all of the unique obligations the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) imposes once your company begins to access certain individually identifiable health information?
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Changes in Government Contracts and Equitable Adjustments
This webcast provides an overview of the FAR changes clause and equitable adjustments - contractually, mandated and constructive.
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Commercial Item Acquisition - Embracing the Clinger-Cohen Act
This webinar will focus on an overview of the laws, government policies, and regulations that apply to subcontracts and subcontract management as they relate to the Commercial Item Acquisition process.
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Compliance and Ethics for Government Contractors - 2014
This webinar, presented by Crowell & Moring, will provide an overview of the compliance and ethics obligations of government contractors. Produced in February, 2014.
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Complying with OCI - Understanding the Requirements
This program will explore the meaning of Conflict of Interest, the recent history and cases around OCI as well as guidance one how to better comply with OCI requirements.
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Contract Interpretation
This webcast explains the processes and principles that apply to the interpretation of federal government procurement contracts.
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Contract Interpretation
This webcast explains the processes and principles that apply to the interpretation of federal government procurement contracts. These are matters that are not set out in any laws or regulations (including the FAR), but which are essential information for all personnel engaged in federal acquisition - not just lawyers.
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Contract Interpretation (2015)
This webcast explains the processes and principles that apply to the interpretation of federal government procurement contracts. These are matters that are not set out in any laws or regulations (including the FAR), but which are essential information for all personnel engaged in federal acquisition - not just lawyers.
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Contract Terminations - Liabilities, Challenges and Recovery
Terminations in government contracts are significant events that often have lingering effects on contractors well after the termination. This course will provide an overview of terminations for default and terminations for convenience concepts in government contracts, focusing on construction contracts but with applicability to other types of contracts.
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Contracting Practices at HUD: Transitioning to the FAR
In 2014, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued a decision holding that the Department of Housing and Urban Development could not avoid federal competition requirements by using cooperative agreements instead of procurement contracts for contract administration services. Accordingly, companies that have previously operated under cooperative agreements with HUD will now be faced with navigating procurement contracts. This webinar provides background on the decision and provides a path forward for companies that are unfamiliar with government procurement contracts.
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Contracting with BARDA - Accessing Federal Funds to Advance Your Products
Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), the contracting arm for Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is dedicated to enhancing the capability of the U.S. government to develop medical countermeasures (MCMs) to these and other natural and intentional threats to public health. Please join our presenters as they guide us through the unique contracting requirements and compliance challenges that companies will need to meet in order to access these Federal dollars.
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Counterfeit Materials - Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing!
This program covers the new rules and regulations related to counterfeit materials,
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Current Competitive Preference Priorities for the US Department of Education
Competitive Preference describes an area of particular interest for which an applicant can earn additional points in a grant competition, and represent a department wide strategy to leverage certain and specific initiatives across discretionary grant programs to support key objectives. This session provides an overview of the current competitive preference priorities for the US Department of Education and then using one example, describes how to craft a competitive response, with respect to the model.
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DCAA Audit Requests for Access to Records and Employees
Presented by Michael Steen of Redstone Consulting Group, this webinar will discuss the access to records (contractual) clause as well as the pre-contract government solicitations which open the door to government access to contractor books and records.
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Deciphering the Government Furnished Property Code
This program will give you an overview of use of government furnished property in government contracts.
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Defense Contracting In The New Administration - 2017 and Beyond
Speakers Gunjan Talati and Christian Henel of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton will discuss the recent developments at the DoD, with a focus on cybersecurity, ethics and regulatory compliance, auditing, procurement, and performance assessment. They'll provide updates on what's new and provide guidance on how contractors and public employees can work together to achieve positive and mutually beneficial outcomes.
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Department of Defense: New Risk-Based EVMS Surveillance
Join FedPubs for an interactive webinar to learn about the new Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) risk based surveillance process for Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS). We'll review the draft metrics for DCMA's Earned Value Analysis System (EVAS) and discuss some of the challenges government contractors will have to overcome to ensure their EVMS is not subject to additional surveillance under the new process. BDO will also introduce our approach for meeting the reporting requirement and producing timely and accurate EVM metrics.
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Developments in Software and Data Rights
In June 2016, the DOD proposed a rule to implement the FY 2012 NDAA's Section 815 on data rights and software for segregation and reintegration, which was issued after years of input from interested parties. In November 2016, a conference report on the FY2017 NDAA modified portions of Section 815 and codified the DOD's Open Systems Architecture (MOSA). In this webinar our presenters will discuss these new developments to help you understand the impact to software and data rights including defining segregation and reintegration data, commercial item challenges and other implications.
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Dispute Resolution - Part 1
This is a recording from the 2013 Western Briefing Conference in which Dispute Resolutions was discussed.
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Dispute Resolution - Part 2
This is a recording from the 2013 Western Briefing Conference in which Dispute Resolutions was discussed.
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DOD Technical Data and Computer Software Rights - A Primer
Department of Defense policy on data and software rights for commercial and non-commercial software.
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Doing Business with the Department of Energy: Purchasing and Contracting Practices
Doing Business with the Department of Energy
In this program, you will learn about DOE's purchasing and contracting practices such as: DOE and DOE Contractor Structures Contracting Rules and Regulations DOE and Contractor Contracting Practices Contractor Inspection/Oversight Best Practices to Doing Business Hot Topics/Current Issues within DOE.
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Effective Proposal Preparation - The Key to Business Success
Learn the key successes to preparing effective government contact proposals by examining the key elements of a proposal.
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Estimating System Requirements
Procurement University - 2017
This presentation will address significant topics for estimating system compliance. Topics will include an overview of the DFARS estimating system rule, key estimating system audit and compliance issues, best practices for managing system adequacy challenges. This Webinar is perfect for professionals in the field of Accounting, Compliance, Purchasing, Contracts, Business Development, Program Management, Pricing and Estimating.
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False Claims Act Risks for GSA Schedule Contractors
If you are GSA Schedule Contractor you will want to tune into this program to learn about the latest FCA actions that could have an impact on your business.
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False Claims Act: How To Get the Most Out of Your Standard Liability Policies
Presented by Norah D Molnar of the Law Firm Cohen Mohr, this webinar will explain how to get the most out of your company's standard liability insurance policies when it comes to legal fees and other liabilities resulting from False Claims Act allegations.
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FAR Part 27 - Patents, Data and Copyrights
Foundations of the FAR
This session of the Foundations of the FAR series will cover Part 27 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation. Presenter Steven Tomanelli will discuss the policies, procedures, solicitation provisions and contract clauses pertaining to patents, data and copyrights.
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FAR Part 33 - Protests, Disputes and Appeals
Foundations of the FAR
This session of the Foundations of the FAR program will cover Part 33 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation. Franklin Turner of McCarter and English will guide you through Part 33, which discusses the protest authorities, the Contract Disputes Act of 1978; initializing a claim; the authority, duties and decisions of a Contracting Officer as well as ADR and contract clauses.
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Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Basics - Part Five
Part five of the FAR Basics series, this webcast covers foreign acquisition, intellectual property, patents and data rights, among other topics.
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Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Basics - Part Four
Part Four in the FAR Basics series, this program will cover contract types, small business rules and special contracting methods, among other topics
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Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Basics - Part One
Part one of the FAR Basics series, this webcast covers the legal framework, FAR organization, subcontracting and keeping up with FAR changes.
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Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Basics - Part Six
Part Six of the FAR training series covers the types of protests and contract disputes under the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
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Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Basics - Part Three
Part three in the FAR Basics series, this program will cover contractor qualifications, suspension and debarment, commercial items, sealed bidding and other topics.
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Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Basics - Part Two
Part two in the FAR Basics series, this webcast covers the FAR system, key terms, ethics rules and competition requirements among other topics.
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Federal Fiscal Law
This webcast highlights the basic principles of federal appropriations and fiscal law.
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Federal Supply Schedules: The Do's and Don'ts of Schedule Contracting
Recent GSA Inspector General audit findings and other enforcement efforts demonstrate the continued challenges contractors face in addressing key schedule requirements. This webinar will cover the key issues and risks confronting schedule contractors, as well as practical techniques for gathering and presenting current, complete, and accurate pricing disclosures to help you get on schedule and maintain compliance.
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Form I-9: Mistakes Big or Small - Avoid them All!
Employment Eligibility Verification
In this webinar, David Basham will cover a host of in-depth areas that will include; do you have to insert `N/A' in various blocks?, the differences in the fillable version versus the paper copy; how to and who can make corrections during a self-audit; how the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division can assist you with how to avoid work-related discrimination, in regards to the Form I-9 and E-Verify, and other `in the weeds' areas that will have even the most seasoned I-9 professionals saying, "I didn't know that"!
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Fundamentals of Contract Administration: An Overview
Fundamentals of Contract Administration
Session 1 provides an overview of contract administration including: contract formation; fiscal considerations; responsible individuals and their roles; Best Value Concept; contract clauses, changes and terminations; disputes and litigations; and more.
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Government Contract Issues in Bankruptcy
This webinar will provide an overview of bankruptcy issues relevant to government contractors and practical guidance to government contractors and counterparties on preserving value and successfully navigating the bankruptcy process.
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Government Contracts Negotiating Tactics with Sole Source Suppliers
A program on negotiating tactics with sole source suppliers in government contracts
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Government Ethics Regulation - How Ethics Statutes and Regulations Impact Both Industry and Government Employees
The ethics statutes regulations in government contracting impact not only the Federal Government Employee but also private industry. Get a glimpse of what is and is not permissible under the law
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How Rule Changes are Affecting Small Business Contracting
Being a small business in the federal government contracting industry can be very rewarding and profitable. However, keeping up to date on proposed rules and changes can be a daunting task. Join us for this hour long webinar when Damien Specht and Rachel Plymale of Jenner & Block discuss the newest rule changes that impact small businesses and how you can best prepare your business to cope with these changes.
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Introduction to Dual-Use Export Controls: U.S. EAR and EU Dual-Use Regulation
Are you involved in the flow of goods, software, or technical data across borders? If so, you might be impacted by export controls. This webinar provides an introduction to U.S. and EU "dual-use" (i.e., commercial / civilian) export control laws and regulations, including an overview of:  What activity is subject to export controls  Which items are covered  The reach of U.S. export jurisdiction (hint: everywhere!)  How U.S. and EU rules overlap and differ  Export licensing requirements  Basic compliance tips
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Investigations In Difficult Environments: Strategies for Cost Effective Engagements
This program discusses investigations in difficult environments and best practices interacting with the government.
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Key Issues in Government Contracts Mergers & Acquisitions
Our presenters, Damien Specht and Peter Rosenbaum from Jenner & Block, will take you through a typical M&A transaction process; the difference in a Gov Con Transaction and a non-Gov Con M&A; and key issues in areas such as contract valuation, transaction structure, purchasers diligence and key provisions in a government contracts acquisition agreement.
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Key Issues in Government Contracts Mergers and Acquisitions
This webinar, presented by veterans of government contracts transactions, will address some of the key issues that arise during these deals from the perspective of both the buyer and the seller.
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Legal Ethics - Leadership
Legal Ethics and Professional Duty of Confidentiality is an important part of all professions.
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Legal Ethics: The Duty of Confidentiality
A comprehensive program on the duty of confidentiality, starting with the ABA Model Rule and its applications in various juridictions.
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Life Sciences Industry Contracting and Grants: Processes and Controls
Life Sciences Industry Government Contracts and Grants
This webinar is the second in a three-part series that will focus on government contracting in the life sciences industry. The series will bridge the gap in the world of funding with grants - and contracts for pharmaceutical and biotech companies. Presented by Bob Craig of Capital Edge Consulting and Michael McGinnis of Latham Biopharm Group. This webinar will prepare you with the with key highlights you must consider during the contract/grant negotiation process. We will also introduce key compliance areas such as key business systems, program management, internal controls requirements, contracts compliance considerations, risk management, agency communications, and an in-depth discussion on Indirect Rate Structures and allowable costs.
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Life Sciences Industry Contracting and Grants: Reporting Requirements
Life Sciences Industry Government Contracts and Grants
This webinar is the third in a three-part series that will focus on government contracting in the life sciences industry. The series will bridge the gap in the world of funding with grants - and contracts for pharmaceutical and biotech companies. Presented by Bob Craig of Capital Edge Consulting and Michael McGinnis of Latham Biopharm Group. This webinar will prepare you with the with key highlights you must consider during the contract/grant negotiation process. We will also introduce key compliance areas such as key business systems, program management, internal controls requirements, contracts compliance considerations, risk management, agency communications, and an in-depth discussion on Indirect Rate Structures and allowable costs.
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Major Discretionary Grant Programs Under the US Department of Education
This session provides an overview of major discretionary programs that are funded by the US Department of Education, how programs are organized, and highlights the upcoming grant competition, the current program collaborations (such as the partnership with HHS for disconnected youth), and evidence based practices and the Doing What Works Clearinghouse. This overview is a primer for upcoming sessions, and highlights one of the major program competitions in the Office of Post Secondary Education.
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Making Subcontracting Terms and Conditions Work For Both Parties
A program focusing on subcontracting tips to foster better understanding among buyers and sellers.
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Mergers & Acquisitions: A Focus on Intellectual Property Rights
This webinar will provide a high level overview of intellectual property rights under U.S. Government contracts; describe what a buyer needs to look for when conducting intellectual property due diligence of a U.S. Government contractor; and provide strategies for companies to protect IP assets.
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Mergers Acquisitions - Special Considerations Involving Government Contracts
Transactions involving government contracts often include unique challenges that must be identified and managed.
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Mitigating Trade Agreements Act Risks for GSA Schedule Holders
This program discusses the Trade Agreements Act and risks associated with it for schedule contractors.
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Navigating the Government's Revolving Door - The Do's and Don'ts and Bid Protest Risks of Hiring Current and Former Federal Government Personnel
During this webcast, we will examine the practice of "revolving door" hiring with the goal of educating attendees on how to play by the rules, how to spot competitors who may not be, and the relevant bid protest risks and opportunities
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Navigating the Quality and Counterfeit Electronic Parts in the New FAR & DFARs Rules
Dean Vanek of the law firm GCL Group and Steven Tibbets with CA Technologies will discuss and analyze the new FAR rule requiring contracting officers to identify higher-level quality requirements in solicitations and contracts that procure complex and critical items, and the new requirements this final rule imposes on contractors at any tier.
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New SBA Rules Concerning the 8a Business Development Program
A webcast reviewing the 2011 changes in the SBA 8(a) Business Development Program.
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New SBA Size Standards
A review of the SBA rule affecting size standards of qualifying businesses in many industries.
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New Secure Supply Chain Requirements in Government Procurement
The requirement for government contractors to secure their supply chains started with Pentagon suppliers, but has now spread to NASA and cropped up in specific RFPs. Soon all contractors will be expected to have secure supply chains.
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Organizational Conflicts of Interest
A program reviewing the types of OCIs, their related regulations and how to identify and mitigate potential OCIs.
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Organizational Conflicts of Interest - Best Practices
This webinar will provide an overview of the key principles of organizational conflicts of interest.
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Other Transactions Authority
How agencies and contractors use fast-track contracting methods (Other Transactions) to accelerate research and development of technologies in products, services, software, and prototypes
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Preparing for GSA Schedule Audits: How to Minimize the Risk of Adverse Audit Findings
This important program covers risks related to GSA Audits and how to minimize it.
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Recent Developments in Small Business Contracting and Implementation of the 2010 Small Business Jobs Act
The Small Business Jobs Act has had a profound impact in the contracting industry. This program explores how those changes impact you as a contractor.
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Regulatory and Compliance challenges with BARDA Government Contracts in Life Sciences
Doing Business with the Department of Health & Human Services
So you won that Government contract from BARDA, now what? This webinar will provide an overview of the key regulatory challenges in government contract within the Life Sciences industry.
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SBA's Mentor Protege Program: Latest Trends, Pitfalls & Practical Pointers
During this webinar, we will discuss: The basic structure and regulatory requirements governing Mentor-Protégé programs under the SBA as well as other procuring agencies; How this program can benefit your company; Eligibility requirements for participation as a Mentor and Protégé and the roles of each; The practical "Do's and Don'ts" of applying for and maintaining Mentor-Protégé status; and much more!
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Selling Commercial and Open Source Software to the Government
Join us for this 60-minute presentation that will identify key issues and strategies to consider when offering and selling commercial and open source software (OSS) in the federal space.
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Small Business Government Subcontracting
This webinar, presented to you by J.A. White & Associates, Inc., is a comprehensive overview of the laws, government policies, and regulations that apply to subcontracts and subcontract management. The program will begin with an overview of the CPSR process and it will address all of the recent changes that have occurred in procurement.
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Small Business Government Subcontracting
This program covers the basics and complexity of small business contracting.
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Small Business Issues in Government Contracts Mergers and Acquisitions
Practitioners who have worked on numerous small business transactions will discuss small business government contract issues that they have seen in the market.
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Strategies for Small Business Government Contracting - Teaming Agreements
James White of Marshall & White discusses strategies for small business contractors for teaming agreements, Joint Venture Agreements and GSA Contractor Teaming Arrangements.
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Subcontract Compliance for Non-Procurement Professionals
One of the biggest myths in the subcontract compliance world is that the Acquisition professionals control subcontract compliance. Reality is that many of the compliance-related decisions are made early in the process by non-procurement professionals such as Business Developers, Engineers, Senior Management, etc. The purpose of this webinar is to provide these functions with an overview of the laws, government policies, and regulations that apply to subcontracts.
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Subcontract Management Review and Analysis
This webinar will focus on the comprehensive overview of the laws, government policies, and regulations that apply to subcontracts and subcontract management as well as an overview of the CPSR process.
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Subcontracting for Commercial Items
An explanation of commercial items and a review of the appropriate clauses in both prime and subcontracts.
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Surviving Your Next GSA Schedule Audit
This presentation will provide a comprehensive review of the Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) program, the proposal process, the preparation of accurate Commercial Sales Practice (CSP) disclosures, and managing post-award compliance requirements.
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Ten Key Elements of a Successful Subcontract
A review of ten elements that often plague government contract subcontracts and how to avoid them.
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Ten Key Elements to Evaluate Subcontract Proposals
A program defining key elements in a proposal that pose the greatest risk to government contract subcontract performance.
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Ten Keys in Managing Subcontractor Performance
Ten factors that help buyers and sellers in a subcontract achieve clear communication and mitigate negative impacts of surprises that could impede successful subcontract performance.
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Ten Requirements in an Effective Request For Proposal
This webinar will provide ten key items that an RFP should contain to insure a high probability of agreement
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The ABCs of GSA Schedule Contracting
Join Federal Publications Seminars and Larry Allen of Allen Federal Business Partners
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The Buy American Act - Understanding Its True Meaning
The Buy American Act can be very confusing for many of us. It has a lot of exceptions, waivers and non-applicability. This program will discuss the clause that is found in many government contracts. We will discuss the two part test and DoD's partial waivers on certain items. Learn about applying country of origin and impact of trade agreements on applicability.
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The Cyber Insider Threat - Detecting and Protecting
Cyber threats can be just as damaging from inside as they are from the outside. Detecting the threats and protecting your assets are crucial. Join us as Alexander Major and Christine Couvillon from the law firm of Sheppard Mullin step you through this timely subject matter.
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The Fiscal Law of Contracting and the Anti-Deficiency Act
Join us for this 90-minute presentation as Kenneth Allen discusses how fiscal law impacts government contractors and contracting personnel.
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The OFPP Memorandum on Contracting - Who Will Benefit and What Does it Mean to You as a Contractor?
Attorneys from Thompson Hine and a consultant from Vets GSA LLC discuss what the OFPP memorandum of December 2014 - setting forth a new parth for government contracting processes - will mean for the future of government contracting.
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The Procurement Integrity Act - How it Effects the Conduct of Contract and Federal Government Employees
This webinar will explore the Procurement Integrity Act and the corresponding regulations that restrict conduct of contractor employees and federal government employees in two ways.
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Tips for Administrative Separation Boards - Part 1
A review of how to approach an Administrative Separation Board proceeding.
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Tips for Administrative Separation Boards - Part 2
A program reviewing the administrative separation board process with a focus on findings, opening and closing statements and preparing witnesses.
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Tips for Drafting Enforceable Teaming Agreements
This webinar, provided by attorneys who have negotiated numerous teaming agreements, will provide practical advice on how to protect yourself as a prime contractor or subcontractor.
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Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliance for Federal Contractors
Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliance for Federal Contractors - webinar. This webinar will provide an in-depth analysis of the key issues that contractors should know about the TAA, including:  The applicability of the TAA, including the interplay between the TAA and other restrictions on foreign purchases, including the Buy American Act (BAA).  The standards for determining country of origin under the TAA and BAA, including the differing country of origin standards applied to products and services.  Analysis of recent trends and notable Customs decisions regarding "substantial transformation" of different types of products, including software and other IT products. And much more.
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Understanding Suspension and Debarment
This webinar will provide an overview of suspension and debarment and give you an understanding of the regulations and process.
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Understanding the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Proposed Rule and Guidance
Regulations were released on May 28 to implement the president's Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order, and the DOL proposed guidance. Suzanne Decker and Eric Crusius from the law firm Miles & Stockbridge P.C., help sort out what this means for the contracting industry - both prime and sub-contractors.
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Understanding the FAR
This Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) audio program provides a concise overview of the key concepts and policies of each of the FAR Parts, along with examples of how these concepts and policies operate in practice.
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Understanding the Five Critical Steps to an Integrated Compliance Approach for Government Contractors
Get an understanding of the five steps in the Integrated Compliance Approach; it's purpose, success criteria, and tools related to each of the steps more
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What to Expect When Doing Business with the Department of Energy
Doing Business with the Department of Energy
In this program, you will learn about how the DOE is organized, its budgets, contractors and best practices in doing business with this agency from an experienced practitioner. Covered in this program will be: DOE Organization and Functions, Locations and Budgets, Contracting Structure, Evolution of DOE's Contracting Practices, Major Facility Contractors, What to Expect.
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What's Trending in Government Contractor Transactions
Transactions involving government contractors are on the rise. Several macro trends, including an intensified focus on defense spending, evolving regulations, cybersecurity threats, and foreign investment concerns, are driving activity in this space as well as complexity around structure and negotiated terms. These influences implicate a host of unique legal issues for suppliers of the federal government. This panel will touch on several of these and others, including distinctions between public and private transactions, changing regulatory requirements, novations, small business concerns, and recent developments at CFIUS.
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When TINA and False Claims Collide - Lessons from the UTC Cases
Over 30 years ago UTC (formerly Pratt & Whitney) was in a hotly contested competition for a big engine contract - the "Great Engine War". Although it won a defective pricing case relating to its engine proposal, UTC found itself on the receiving end of a False Claims allegation, and on the debit side of a $657MM damages award for the same conduct. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in United States v. United Technologies Corporation overturned the lower court's award this spring. What happened and what one can learn is important to all.