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 course, 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