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Oles Morrison

Federal Government Contracts: How to Navigate in the New Administration Seminar – Nov. 16, 2017

Fri Aug 11, 2017

With every new administration, there is both great uncertainty and opportunity in federal government contracting.

To help you navigate the rough seas of doing business with the federal government in this new administration, we have assembled nationally recognized practitioners who will cover topics relevant to government contractors large and small, novice and seasoned.

 

Session topics include:

                                                                      – Ten Things Every Contractor Needs to Know When Doing Business with the Federal Government
                                                                      – Writing a Winning Technical Proposal – From the Contracting Officer’s Perspective
                                                                      – Keys to Winning Bid Protests and Defending Contract Awards
                                                                      – Navigating the Complex Rules Governing Data Rights
                                                                      – Overlooked Risks of Being a Lower-Tier Government Contractor
                                                                      – Mistakes to Avoid in the Claims and Litigation Process
                                                                      – Adapting to Buy American and Domestic Preference Rules in the Trump Administration
                                                                      – Understanding & Managing the Risk of Suspension & Debarment

Thursday, November 16th 

SEATING IS VERY LIMITED AND WILL GO QUICKLY!
You may also attend via webinar.

Register for either at www.washingtonptac.org/seminar

Click HERE to see the event flyer.

SEATTLE AGC BUILDING
Second-floor conference room
1200 Westlake Avenue North – Seattle WA 98109
Parking will be validated.

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