HUBZone

Understanding and Obtaining HUBZone Certification


Format: live webinar
Duration: approx. 90 minutes
Presenter: Steven Koprince, Managing Partner at Koprince Law
NCMA Certifications: 1.5 CPEs

APTAC CPP Certification: 0.75 ATC
APTAC BOK: C.3 Representations and Certifications; C.17 Socio-Economic Programs (Core)


Here Is What You Will Learn:

In recent years, the federal government has fallen woefully short of its HUBZone prime contracting goal. And that means that the SBA and procuring agency are focused on increasing HUBZone contracting dollars- significantly. 2017 may be the right year to take advantage of this important socioeconomic certification.

In this course, government contracts attorney Steven Koprince provides an overview of the HUBZone program’s requirements, including:
*The 35% employee rule: what it is, who counts (and who doesn’t), and more.
*The principal office rule (hint: it may not be your headquarters).
*Ownership, control and other HUBZone eligibility criteria.
*The HUBZone price preference clause: when it applies and how to take advantage of it.
*The SBA’s expanded HUBZone joint venture program.
*Maintaining HUBZone compliance- common misconceptions, key takeaways, and best practices.

HUBZone certification offers powerful benefits, including access to set-aside and sole source contracts. If you’ve thought about obtaining HUBZone certification- or want to learn how to maintain an existing HUBZone certification- this course is for you.

Target Audience: Small Business Owners

Meet Your Presenter:

Steven KoprinceSteven Koprince is the Managing Partner at Koprince Law in Lawrence KS with a practice focusing on federal government contracts and small business law. He is also the author of The Small-Business Guide to Government Contracts (AMACOM Books, 2012), and has published a number of articles on government contracting (to include teaming), which have appeared in leading legal and industry publications. Steven has spoken to audiences across the country on government contracting and small business matters, and blogs regularly on similar topics at SmallGovCon (smallgovcon.com).

Date

Mar 16 2017

Time

EST
01:00 PM - 02:30 PM

Cost

$75.00
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