YouTube Tuesday: Timing is Everything- Filing Size Protests

As with many things, when filing a size protest with the Small Business Administration, timing is of the utmost importance! In this YouTube video, I walk you through how to file your size protest on time to avoid dismissal:

Stay tuned to the blog for more important information on size protests and government contracting! And if you think you might have a size protest and require assistance call Koprince Law– before it’s too late!

SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program: What’s Going On with Affiliation?

Since the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program went into effect last Friday, there has been considerable confusion about eligibility and, in particular, what affiliation rules apply to program applicants. The affiliation rules are important for helping companies determine if they can seek out these important loans. In this blog post, I’ll let you know which affiliation rules apply to the program’s applicants and explain some exceptions to the applicable affiliation rules.

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Winding Down: COVID-19 Work Stoppages & Suspensions

Many contractors are facing work stoppages or suspensions because of COVID-19—especially where working from home is not feasible. This blog post aims to provide a little bit of clarity about work stoppages, suspensions, and the FAR’s excusable delays provision.

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COVID-19 & SBA 8(a) Program Suspensions: FAQs

If you are a government contractor participating in the Small Business Administration’s 8(a) Business Development Program, there is a good chance you received an email this week about COVID-19 and the SBA’s 8(a) suspension authority. What is this authority and, more importantly, how would suspension impact your 8(a) status? In this post, we aim to provide some answers to frequently asked questions about these suspensions.

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YouTube Tuesday: COVID-19 Contractors’ Toolkit: Top 4 Tips for Government Contractors

There are a lot of things in flux because of the ongoing spread of coronavirus–but there are at least four things every government contractor, large or small, can do right now to help weather the storm. Check out my YouTube video, a part of SmallGovCon and Koprince Law’s COVID-19 Contractors’ Toolkit, to learn more:

Keep watching the site for more useful information and updates for government contractors. Stay healthy and get in touch if you need legal assistance.

GovCon Basics: Common Procurement Methods and Terminology

The acronyms and terminology used in federal government contracting can be a labyrinth–one sadly devoid of David Bowie. In this post, I’ll clarify some of the common methods used for government procurements, the regulations defining them, and the terminology associated with them.

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YouTube Tuesday: Name That Contract! Bridge vs. Follow-On

Ever wondered about the differences between bridge and follow-on contracts? So have I! In this YouTube video, I walk you through what makes each kind of contract unique and how the difference could impact your business. Check it out below, or at our YouTube Channel:

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