We’re back! 2016 has finally arrived and we here at Koprince Law couldn’t be more excited to dive into the new year with our first SmallGovCon Week In Review post. The first week of January brings some new policies and processes for contracting, a look back at the top procurement stories of 2015, and much more.
- A recent SBA OHA decision on economic dependence affiliation
- Fourth quarter spending projections in the year of sequestration
- Teaming and mentor-protege relationships
Tune in to Position to Win every two weeks for more insights, commentary, and wisecracks.
I am pleased to announce that I have joined with Guy Timberlake of the American Small Business Coalition and Larry Allen of Allen Federal Business Partners to produce a new Internet-based radio show called Position To Win: Policies, Protests and the Pursuit of Opportunities.
Every two weeks, Guy, Larry and I will offer our take on policy, legislative, and legal matters affecting small government contractors. In today’s segment, Guy discussed small business set-aside contracting dollars, Larry weighed in on the potential small business impacts of the pre-award protests of the GSA OASIS vehicle, and I talked about the recent bill to move SDVOSB verification from the VA to the SBA.
Guy and Larry are two of the most knowledgeable voices in the industry, and I’m happy to join them on Position To Win. I hope you’ll tune in.