Event: SBA Training Webinar on 8(a) Joint Ventures

8(a) joint ventures are a powerful tool–both for non-8(a)s to participate in 8(a) contract opportunities and for 8(a) companies to gain valuable experience in their industries. But it is crucial that 8(a) joint ventures follow all of SBA’s requirements if they want to get (and keep) 8(a) awards.

Some of those requirements underwent significant revisions this past year. Join Shane McCall and me on February 9 for the SBA Training Webinar: 8(a) Joint Ventures, where we will discuss the ins and outs of 8(a) joint ventures and keep you up-to-date on all of SBA’s requirements.

Please register here. Hope to see you there!

Event: Still a Game Changer: The SBA’s All Small Mentor-Protégé Program (2021 Update)

SBA’s All Small Mentor-Protégé Program isn’t a baby anymore—in fact, it isn’t even a toddler! But it remains a “game-changer” for large and small contractors alike. Now, it is effectively absorbing its 8(a) Mentor Protégé Program counterpart.

On February 11, please join me and Steven Koprince in an online session hosted by Govology where we cover the details of the recent mentor protégé program consolidation, along with all the other big changes to the program we’ve seen this last year.

Please click here for the registration information. Hope to see you there!

Free GovCon Books And Webinars: Celebrating One Year Of SmallGovCon

If it’s fall, it must be birthday season: my daughter recently turned two, my son is approaching one year old, and Father Time will come for me again on November 21.  SmallGovCon has passed its one-year mark, too, and we are celebrating with a free book and webinar giveaway (I figured my readers would prefer that to the pink bubble wands that were such a hit at my daughter’s party).

Here’s how it works: just click this link and tell us a little bit about yourself (after all, we can’t give you free stuff if we don’t know who you are).

In mid-October, we will randomly select six readers to receive free copies of The Small Business Guide to Government Contracts.  Two other readers will receive free one-hour webinars on government contracts legal topics near and dear to their hearts.

You don’t have to be a client of my law firm to enter–just a SmallGovCon reader.  So click the link and enter, and thank you for reading SmallGovCon!