PilieroMazza is partnering with NCMA Denver on September 12, 2018 at the Crawford Hotel in Denver for an event that will feature timely and relevant topics in government contracting and contracting management.
Presented by the Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce
Join Pam Mazza, Jon Williams, Megan Connor & Nichole Atallah at the NVSBC's VETS18 Conference on June 11 - 14, 2018 in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Drafting a proposal in response to a federal solicitation can be a challenging task. Join Michelle Litteken and Tim Valley, attorneys in our Government Contracts group this informative webinar where they will discuss key strategies, common protest grounds, and best practices for pre-award protests.
We are proud to partner with govmates for the launch of the govmates Institute of Procurement! govmates has listened to feedback from the small business community, and is taking a #notyourmothersmatchmaking approach to providing germane training and educational content for govmates members.
When looking to make an investment in or purchase a small business contractor, it is critical to understand the potential impact of your corporate strategy under SBA's small business rules. Join Jon Williams from our Government Contracts Group and Kimi Murakami from our Business and Corporation Group for an informative webinar on this topic. This webinar will explore SBA's present effect rule, how it impacts mergers and acquisitions, stock options, and convertible securities, and provide tips on how to successfully plan in advance when considering these corporate strategies.
You just received an unsuccessful offeror notice—now what? Do you have a right to a debrief? Should you file a protest right away? If the agency provides a debriefing, should you push for a debriefing in person, over the phone, or in writing? You may wonder what the agency can tell you about the procurement or when the debriefing will occur.
For any owner thinking about selling in the next five years, and any owner who would be willing to sell if the right opportunity came along, it is absolutely essential to know the latest and most successful GovCon growth and sell strategies.
The Year End Countdown to DFARS Compliance with NIST SP 800-171. On December 31, 2017, certain defense contractors with nonfederal systems that contain controlled unclassified information must have implemented NIST SP 800-171 if subject to DFARS 252.204-7012. Are you ready? Do these new cybersecurity requirements even apply to you?
Join PilieroMazza Partner Jon Williams as he speaks about growing your revenue through the successful use of joint ventures at a GovMates matchmaking session.
Businesses often partner together to pursue and perform government contracts. As a result, teaming and subcontract agreements are increasingly popular in the federal market. Because these agreements are so prevalent, so too are disputes between teaming partners.
The U.S. Department of Transportation ("DOT") distributes substantial funds each year to finance construction projects initiated by state and local governments. With the Trump administration proposing significant investment in infrastructure, the potential exists for an increase in funding available for state and local DOT-assisted transportation projects.
Give Me 5 - Update on SBA's New Mentor-Protege Program Wednesday, October 12, 2:00 pm EDT SBA recently released its long anticipated...
Every year 8(a) firms need to report to the SBA as to their progress in the program. The annual reporting...
SBA’s new ITVAR size rule, which went into effect on February 26th, requires ITVARs to comply with the nonmanufacturer rule when reselling IT products to the federal government under NAICS code 541519, footnote 18.
The White House recently issued three Executive Orders (“EO”) that will impose new labor policy requirements on government contractors. The most recent EO requires mandatory contractor disclosure and public reporting about contractor violations of 14 specific labor laws and requires contracting officers to consider this information when making a “responsibility” determination
For large contractors, putting together a subcontracting plan has been a fact of life for many years, but typically it is not a top priority. SBA is looking to change the prevailing approach to subcontracting plans though new regulations recently implemented, and this new approach includes a noticeable increase in audit activity.
In this time of year for making resolutions, small and mid-sized contractors should resolve themselves to better cybersecurity preparedness in 2015. The federal government has been busy passing laws and issuing regulations to impose cybersecurity requirements on prime contractors and subcontractors, and more are on the way.
If you are interested in applying for certification in the SBA’s HUBZone Program, or if you are already in the HUBZone program and want to ensure you stay in compliance, please plan to attend this informative webinar
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