The Concept of “Responsibility” in Government Contracting
Format: Live webinar (on-demand recording available on July 22, 2021)
Duration: Approx. 90 minutes
Instructors: Steven Koprince and Chris Coleman, Koprince Law LLC
Learning Credits: 1.5 CPEs, 0.75 ATCs
APTAC BOK: C.13 Post Award Administration
*Your registration includes access to the on-demand recording.
To be awarded a government contract, a company must do more than submit the winning proposal — it must be “responsible.” The concept of responsibility in government contracting is far-reaching and can include such things as having adequate financial resources, a satisfactory ethical record, past performance, and even security clearances.
In this webinar, government contracts attorneys Steven Koprince and Chris Coleman (Koprince Law LLC) cover the all-important concept of responsibility in government contracting. You will learn:
- how responsibility is evaluated;
- when contractors can provide information regarding responsibility;
- the special ability of small businesses to challenge adverse responsibility determinations at the SBA, and much more.
Target Audience: Companies pursuing federal contracting opportunities
Meet Your Instructor:
STEVEN KOPRINCE, founder of Koprince Law LLC
Steven Koprince is the founder of Koprince Law LLC and a Senior Partner with the firm. Steven’s legal practice is devoted exclusively to helping clients achieve their federal government contracting goals. Steven is the author of The Small-Business Guide to Government Contracts (AMACOM Books, 2012) and his articles have appeared in several leading industry and legal publications, including Contract Management Magazine and The Procurement Lawyer. Steven has spoken to audiences across the country on government contracting topics and is a regular presenter with Govology. A graduate of Duke University and the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary, Steven lives in Indian Harbour Beach, Florida, with his wife and two children.