Webinar Event: Teaming and Partnering Strategies – with Koprince McCall Pottroff, August 23, 2022

Koprince McCall Pottroff LLC will be presenting a webinar hosted by Nebraska Business Development Center, Teaming and Partnering Strategies  will be on August 23 at 10:00am CDT.

In this webinar, government contracts attorneys Nicole Pottroff and John Holtz will break down the types of teaming agreements available for federal government contractors.  If you are interested in learning more about teaming strategies and the pros/cons and best practices associated with each type, you won’t want to miss out on this webinar.

If you’d like to join us for this webinar you can sign up for registration here.

Back to Basics: Veteran-Owned Businesses and SDVOSB Eligibility

To honor the sacrifice made by our country’s veterans, the federal government has made it a priority to set aside federal contracting opportunities for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB). To qualify for these opportunities, businesses must meet certain specifications in ownership and control. Let’s take a quick look at some the general qualifications needed to qualify as an SDVOSB and bid on SDVOSB set-aside contracts.

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SmallGovCon Week in Review: August 8-12, 2022

It’s Friday, and that means its time for another round of SmallGovCon updates as you ease on into your weekend. I’m excited to be heading to Norman, Oklahoma next week for the ICBS 2022 show. I’ll be speaking about local opportunities related to the Infrastructure Act. Hope to see you there!   https://www.icbsshow.com/.

Have a great one and enjoy these last few weekends of summer!

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Back to Basics: Types of Affiliation

This is a the second article of two taking you back to the basics of affiliation. The first, giving you a general overview of affiliation, can be found here. This follow-on article goes through the different bases for affiliation, as set forth in SBA’s affiliation regulations. Keep in mind though, this is still affiliation “basics” and does not go into a detailed analysis of each type of affiliation, as that would be a novel–not a blog.

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DFARS Data Rights Provisions in Action

Back in April 2022, we looked at how data rights are handled by the Department of Defense in the DFARS (Defense Acquisition Regulation Systems), and prior to that, we explored many of the regulations regarding data rights and similar intellectual property. This is all well and good, but many of you probably wonder what this might look like when it is applied in the real world. For this, we turn to a recent case in front of the Court of Federal Claims (COFC) involving Raytheon concerning what exactly is “technical data.”

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