We are pleased to announce that Steven Koprince, Govology Legal Analyst and retired founder of Koprince McCall Pottroff LLC, will be kicking off his work with one of our favorite federal contracting partners: Govology! Join Steven in his new role as a legal analyst as he discusses various federal small business certification programs, including Small Business Self Certification, Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) & 8(a), Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB), Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone), Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB), and Economic Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB).
This one will be provide a great base of knowledge for those looking to know more about the various federal small business certification programs. For more information about this webinar please visit Govology and receive 25% off the registration fee by using discount code: gsc25. Registration link.
Greg Weber has recently rejoined the blog and is once again one of our attorney-authors. We’re excited to have him back! Greg spent a stint in the healthcare industry, which has given him increased experience in both regulatory and transactional matters. His recent post discusses the importance of checking your emails in connection with size protests. Email is a common way the federal government gives notice, so a lot can rest on an email sometimes. Greg’s full biography can be found here.
Be on the lookout for more of Greg’s posts on SmallGovCon.
We invite you to tune into this informative podcast series hosted by The Smalls with discussions on federal government contracting. I just taped an episode with Nate Moser and it was a blast! In it, I discussed what we do at the firm to assist our federal government contracting clients, including things like drafting joint venture and mentor-protégé agreements. The podcast comes out in June and I hope you will give it a listen.
The Smalls is nonprofit consortium of Government Contractors, Service Providers, and Manufacturers in Colorado. This weekly podcast is designed for Small Government Contractors, Service Providers, and Manufacturers, as part of the Government Contractor Ecosystem, connecting people, organizations, and resources. Here is the podcast link. I encourage you to check them out.
We’ll let you know when the podcast and video is released!
Please join this informative Q & A session hosted by Nick Bernardo, the president and founder of MyWatchGov.com, as he speaks with Koprince McCall Pottroff LLC’s equity partner, Nicole Pottroff, on April 20, 2022 at 1:00pm EDT. Nick has extensive experience helping “companies of all sizes figure out how to find, compete for, and actually win government contracts.” Nick’s program, MyGovWatch Live: The B2G Roundtable, is “a casual, talk-show style, interactive monthly online forum for anyone to join and learn more about how to win government contracts at all levels.” This month, the expert joining in on the roundtable is our own Nicole Pottroff, who will be answering questions on the legal side of government contracting. You can register for the event here. Hope to see you there!
Our attorneys will be presenting a Government Contracts Legal Update 2022 in cooperation with The University of Texas at San Antonio Institute for Economic Development PTAC. We will provide a comprehensive update on the most important government contracting legal changes of late 2021 and the first months of 2022.
This free event will take place on April 14 from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM (CDT). Be sure to check out the registration link if you are interested!
Join me at the UTSA SBDC Government Contracting Conference – Building Business in Government Markets. I’ll be discussing how federal contractors can avoid common legal mistakes. The event is March 30, 2022 from 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM central, and there are lots of interesting topics, all for free. I’ll be presenting at 2 pm central.
Registration is here. Mark your calendars!
Koprince McCall Potroff LLC is presenting a 3-part series focused on teaming agreements, joint venture agreements and subcontracts which can be essential to winning and successfully performing federal government contracts. Shane McCall and Nicole Pottroff explain how to develop, negotiate and administer agreements that are both compliant and effective for both small and large contractors. The presentations will cover both the key rules (such as flow-downs and ostensible subcontractor affiliation) and best practices for agreements that go beyond the bare minimum legal requirements.