NAICS Codes: Six Impactful Digits for Federal Contractors
Format: Live webinar (on-demand recording available on October 14, 2021)
Date: October 6, 2021
Time: 1:00 pm EDT
Duration: Approx. 90 minutes
Instructor: Matthew Schoonover, Schoonover & Moriarty LLC
Learning Credits: 1.5 CPEs, 0.75 ATCs
APTAC BOK: C.9 Bids and Solicitations
*Your registration includes access to the on-demand recording.
Too often overlooked, NAICS codes are a building block of a successful federal contracting business. They can open doors to new opportunities and cause you to miss out on opportunities for which your company is qualified to compete.
In this webinar, government contracts attorney Matthew Schoonover will discuss NAICS codes in detail:
- What they are.
- Why they’re important for your business.
- Why you should challenge an improper NAICS code assigned to a solicitation.
Target Audience: small business owners and contracting personnel
Meet Your Instructor:
Matthew is the founder and managing member of Schoonover & Moriarty LLC, a law firm dedicated to serving federal government contractors. Together with his colleagues, Matt counsels clients on all aspects of their work with the federal government — from understanding acquisition regulations and contract provisions to ensuring compliance with regulations relating to small business and socioeconomic program eligibility to developing mentor/protégé agreements, joint venture agreements, and subcontracts. Schoonover & Moriarty also represents contractors in bid protests, size and socioeconomic eligibility protests, and performance disputes. Above all, Matt enjoys working with clients to help them achieve success in the federal marketplace.
Matt is an experienced speaker, having traveled the country (and, more recently, cyberspace) to present on topics critical to small businesses. He is also an experienced writer and has been interviewed for various publications and podcasts relating to small businesses. You can follow Matt’s posts on small business federal contracting issues on GovConBrief.com.