Subcontracting Under the FAR

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To protect the health and safety of attendees, this event has been moved online-only due to COVID-19 concerns.

With all the changes that come in federal procurement, keep your skills sharp to stay up-to-date on key issues in subcontracting.


Our two-day Subcontracting Under the FAR training course covers the complex relationships between the federal government, prime contractors, and subcontractors. Its content is a must for negotiating and managing subcontracts whether you are a buyer, seller, or government official.


After completing this course, you will understand the role of teaming agreements, contract clause flow-down, consent to subcontract, make or buy plans, privity, and mandatory disclosure. You will also know how to keep your subcontracts profitable and maintain compliance with federal requirements.


Topics covered in this course are supplemented with real-life examples that highlight potential issues contractors may encounter and solutions they may offer.


You’ll Learn How To:

  • Negotiate subcontract flow-down clauses both as a prime and as a subcontractor
  • Navigate intellectual property issues
  • Manage subcontractor claims and disputes
  • Tailor terms and conditions for specific needs
  • Manage subcontractors
  • Maintain compliance with federal requirements

Who Should Attend:

  • Contract and Subcontract Administrators
  • In-House or Corporate Counsel
  • CEOs, COOs, and VPs of small contractors
  • Capture Team and Business Development Personnel
  • Operational Mid- and Senior-Level Personnel

What’s Included:

  • Course materials
  • Breakfast and Snacks

Speaker and Presenter Information

Wayne Simpson, CFCM, CSCM


Wayne Simpson is retired from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) after 38 years of federal service. He served as the Executive Assistant to VA’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Acquisition and Logistics where he was the primary staff advisor to the Deputy Assistant Secretary, who serves concurrently as VA’s Senior Procurement Executive and Debarring Official. Wayne’s federal experience is significant and provides him with a unique combination of skill sets, knowledge, and insight into acquisition operations and procurement opportunities. He also has a keen understanding of the interrelation of federal contracting and small business programs and the challenges presented by their often competing interests.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Demonstrated expertise in pre-solicitation, pre-award, and post-award areas of Federal contracting.
  • Significant knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation and Veterans Affairs Acquisition Regulation.

  • Demonstrative small business advocate, subject matter expert in the Veterans First Contracting Program at VA.

  • Significant knowledge of the Federal Supply Schedule Program, compliance and contract administration issues.

  • Subject matter expert on Federal small business programs, and their often competing interests in the conduct of Federal acquisitions.

  • Analytical capabilities in reviewing contract documents and developing courses of action necessary for contract administration issues and compliance.

  • Expertise in all facets of Federal subcontracting requirements and program execution and administration.

  • Significant experience and expertise in working with Federal Procurement Data System–Next Generation (FPDS-NG).


Tyler Freiberger

Associate Attorney

Tyler Freiberger is an associate attorney at Centre Law & Consulting primarily focusing on employment law, litigation, and compliance with regulations on federal contractors. He has successfully litigated employment issues before the EEOC, MSPB, local counties human rights commissions, the United States D.C. District Court, Maryland District Court, and the Eastern District of Virginia. On behalf of Centre Law & Consulting, he has advised federal contractors on compliance with the Service Contract Labor Standards/the Service Contract Act and examined contractor products for BAA/TAA certification.


Tyler comes from the George Mason School of Law where he was writing chairman of the George Mason Costello Trial Competition, Justice of the Moot Court Board, and the Honor Board Student Advocate. As a frequent finalist in George Mason’s Moot Court and Trial Advocacy national competitions, he volunteers as a trial advocacy coach and moot court judge.

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Tue-Wed, Jun 2-3, 2020, 8:30am - 3:30pm ET


Client Price:  $725.00
Price:  $795.00

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