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Federal Sales: Capturing and Winning Business
The Federal Marketplace can be very difficult to navigate, especially for the uninitiated. Even seasoned Federal prime and subcontractors often make mistakes and expend valuable resources unnecessarily in pursuit of Federal business. This one-day course will provide participants with the much-needed info in order to market the Federal government in a cost-effective method while not getting lost, overwhelmed, or just plain frustrated enough to...
August 18, 2020
Organizer: Centre Law and Consulting
Location: Webcast
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Teaming Agreements: Dos and Donts
This course is taught by Centre’s experienced attorneys, Tyler Freiberger and Heather Mims and will take a deep dive into teaming agreements, a part of the procurement process that too often gets taken for granted. The course will examine key aspects of teaming agreements, including: The basic structure of teaming agreements; How binding is the teaming agreement? (How binding do you want it to be?) What survives the expiration of the tea...
August 20, 2020
Organizer: Centre Law and Consulting
Location: Webcast
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Bid Protests: What Every Government Con...
Bid protests have become a regular feature of government contracting. Experienced contractors know that understanding how bid protests work—both the process and the substantive issues—is essential to maximizing their competitive positions. This is true when deciding if, and when, to protest, and knowing how to participate in a protest to help protect a contract award. This webinar, taught by two government contract attorneys with p...
August 26, 2020
Organizer: Centre Law and Consulting
Location: Webcast
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Task & Delivery Order Contracting
The Federal Marketplace is becoming increasingly competitive. Federal departments and agencies are increasing use of established contract vehicles, issuing task orders or delivery orders under these vehicles. Competition occurs at the task order and delivery order level. Is your company facing increased competition because of the government’s reliance on these contract vehicles? Contract vehicles such as Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) Con...
August 27, 2020
Organizer: Centre Law and Consulting
Location: Virtual
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Contract Closeout for Contractors | Vir...
Contract Closeout procedures can vary widely based on contract type, the complexity of the contract, price adjustments, and even from agency to agency and contracting officer to contracting officer. Government contractors must understand their role in contract closeouts to ensure their interests are fully protected. Contract closeout represents the final step in the contracting process for a government contract. Unresolved or outstanding issue...
September 1, 2020
Organizer: Centre Law and Consulting
Location: Webcast
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Working with the FAR: An Introduction t...
The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) made its official debut in Federal contracting on April 1, 1984 as the successor to the Federal Procurement Regulations (FPR). Some saw the April Fool’s Day effective date as a bad omen, but over the last 34 years trillions of dollars have been spent pursuant to the FAR’s authority, covering the procurement of donuts to major weapons systems. Long-time acquisition professionals consider the...
September 9, 2020
Organizer: Centre Law and Consulting
Location: Webcast
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Contract Administration: The Dos and Don'ts
This four-hour webinar is a very abbreviated version of Centre’s two-day class on Contract Administration and is designed to provide participants with a high-level take on the “Do’s and Don’t’s” in contract administration. This webinar will assist participants to determine whether the longer more in-depth Contract Administration course is warranted. Contract administration is without a doubt the most complex...
September 15, 2020
Organizer: Centre Law and Consulting
Location: Webcast
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Flowdowns: Are you Flowing Webinar
The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), and agency acquisition regulation supplements require Federal prime contractors and under certain circumstances, first-tier and lower-tier subcontractors, small and large alike, to flow-down certain clauses from their Federal contracts and subcontracts when buying items from their suppliers and subcontractors. Although Small businesses are...
September 17, 2020
Organizer: Centre Law and Consulting
Location: Webcast
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Subcontract Management, Teaming Agreeme...
With all the changes that come in federal procurement, keep your skills sharp to stay up-to-date on key issues in subcontracting. This course will help you 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. Part 1 – Subcontract Manag...
September 17, 2020
Organizer: Centre Law and Consulting
Location: Webcast
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Government Contract Accounting
This one hour crash course will cover the most important aspects of government contract accounting. The webinar is intended to portray at a high level what is needed to retain practical, compliant and useful skills that can make an immediate impact on your organization What You’ll Learn: Government terminology and definitions The difference between direct and indirect costs What a “wrap” rate is How to calculate indirect rate...
September 22, 2020
Organizer: Centre Law and Consulting
Location: Webcast
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