Government Contracts Joint Ventures: Our New Handbook is Now Available

I am excited to announce the publication of Government Contracts Joint Ventures, the first in a new series of new government contracting guides we’re calling “Koprince Law LLC GovCon Handbooks.”  Packed with easy-to-understand examples and written in plain English, Government Contracts Joint Ventures should help you maximize your understanding of this important option for pursuing federal contracts.

What does the Handbook contain?  I’m glad you asked.

Inside Government Contracts Joint Ventures, you’ll find:

  • Joint Ventures 101.  A big-picture overview of government contracts joint ventures, including a comparison with prime/subcontractor teams.
  • Joint Venture Eligibility.  Is a joint venture possible?  The Handbook covers small business size eligibility, socioeconomic eligibility, and other factors influencing whether a joint venture can bid.
  • Joint Venture Formation.  If you’ve decided how to form a joint venture, how do you do it right?  The Handbook covers the requirements for joint venture agreements, SAM registration, SBA approval, and more.
  • Joint Venture Performance.  Once a joint venture wins a contract, there are other rules to follow.  The Handbook discusses work share requirements, SBA certifications, and other performance-related items.

Government Contracts Joint Ventures is available on Amazon, and is priced at just $9.99 in paperback and $6.99 in Kindle electronic form.  To buy a copy (or heck, several copies–they make great gifts for those special joint venturers in your life!) just visit this link for paperback or this link for Kindle.

If you’re an active Koprince Law LLC client in good standing, check your inbox: we’re offering you a free copy.  Just reply to the email to let us know to send you one.

On behalf of my co-author Candace Shields, and all of my colleagues here at Koprince Law, I hope you enjoy Government Contracts Joint Ventures.  And stay tuned–we’ll be publishing more GovCon Handbooks on other important contracting topics in the months to come.