Wednesday, August 14, 2019 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Presented by Ed Ramos, Senior Area Manager, SBA

Most new federal government contractors are seeking new ways to perform larger, more complex and more lucrative requirements, and the use of a joint venture can be the answer. However, pursuing federal government contracts with a joint venture can be tricky and full of risk for the participants of a joint venture. When structuring the relationship, if you get the details wrong, and if you are protested, the SBA may legally decide against your joint venture and you may end up ineligible for award, after spending all the time and effort to capture the opportunity. This work will attempt to provide, in the short-time allotted, a detailed look at the rules and regulations for government contracts joint ventures, including size and socioeconomic requirements, mandatory joint venture provisions, performance of work requirements, and much more. While we can not guarantee you will leave the workshop a subject matter expert, you will be conversant on key topics needed to negotiate with your potential joint venture partner.

Fee: No Cost

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Florida SBDC at UCF [ View Website ]


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