Communicating with Government Contracting Officials: What Can (and Should) Contractors Really Say and Do?
Format: Live webinar (on-demand recording available on October 27)
Date: October 20, 2022
Time: 1:00 pm EDT
Duration: Approx. 90 minutes
Instructor: Shane McCall, Koprince McCall Pottroff LLC
Learning Credits: 1.5 CPEs, 1.5 ATCs
APTAC BOK: C.13 Post Award Administration, C.9 Bids and Solicitations
*Your registration includes access to the on-demand recording.
When it comes to effective communication, the government and industry often get it wrong. Misconceptions and misunderstandings abound and can prove very costly for contractors.
In this webinar, government contracts attorney Shane McCall debunks some of the most common myths and misunderstandings held by contractors, including when and how you can communicate one-on-one with a contracting officer, who has authority to modify your contract, what to do when an unauthorized official gives you instructions, how the government gratuities rules differ from standard commercial practice, and much more.
Target Audience: Companies seeking federal contracting opportunities
Meet Your Instructor:
SHANE MCCALL, Equity Partner at Koprince McCall Pottroff LLC
Shane McCall is an Equity Partner at Koprince McCall Pottroff LLC in Lawrence, Kansas. He focuses on assisting small businesses in their quest to navigate the thicket of federal government contracting. Shane regularly litigates GAO bid protests, as well as size and status protests and appeals before the SBA. He also assists with contract administration issues, including claims and appeals. In the transactional world, Shane works on mentor-protégé agreements, joint venture agreements, subcontracts, and teaming agreements, among other things. He also advises companies on FAR and SBA compliance issues.
Shane is a regular contributor to the SmallGovCon blog, where he writes on small business government contracting matters. His work has also appeared in Contract Management magazine. You can contact Shane McCall at email@example.com.