For small government contractors, teaming and joint venturing can be essential components of success. By teaming with other entities, small businesses can enhance their capabilities and offer more comprehensive solutions to the government. But teaming and joint venturing on government set-aside contracts is not without risk– there are many unique rules that must be followed, and many pitfalls for the unwary. In this series, government contracts attorney Steven Koprince explains– in plain English– the essential rules for joint venturing and teaming on federal set-aside contracts.
- Webcast 1. Legal Aspects of Teaming – Rules and Regulations: In this webcast, Steven Koprince unpacks the unique rules and regulations governing joint venturing and teaming, and offers strategies to help ensure compliance.
- Webcast 2. Legal Aspects of Teaming – Effective and Compliant Agreements: In webcast 2, Steven Koprince goes beyond the regulations to discuss requirements and best practices for creating strong and effective teaming agreements, subcontract agreements, and joint venture agreements.
- Webcast 3. Leveraging the Power of Mentor-Protégé Programs: In this last webcast, Steven Koprince discusses how to leverage the power of federal mentor-protege programs (including the SBA’s “universal” mentor-protege program) while staying on the right side of the law.
Target Audience: Small businesses pursuing federal market opportunities