The Keys to Successful Teaming and Winning Federal Contracts Webinar
A complimentary webinar on how to build high performing teams that leverage the new SBA rules and win profitable federal government contracts. It is available for immediate viewing. Instructions will be sent via email after purchase.
A complimentary webinar featuring experts from PilieroMazza and TargetGov on how to build high performing teams that leverage the new SBA rules and win profitable federal government contracts. It is available for immediate viewing. Instructions will be sent via email after purchase.
· Why should companies team to pursue federal contracts?
· What agreements do companies need to have in place in order to team?
· What traits should you seek in a teaming partner?
· How do you determine a potential partner’s ability to perform?
· What are the different types of teaming arrangements and the advantages of each?
· What are some common issues that arise between teaming partners and how can they be avoided?
Shirley Collier is a nationally known speaker, author, serial technology entrepreneur and federal business development consultant. For over 30 years, she has worked in various areas of information technology and innovation management in university, government, and private industries including starting, managing, growing and selling a number of technology firms. Her perspective in this webinar is the strategic thinking, planning and organizational best practices necessary for small businesses to prosper in the highly regulated federal marketplace.
Megan Connor is a partner with PilieroMazza whose experience extends across all of the firm’s practice areas. She counsels clients on a wide-ranging span of government contracting and business matters, including disputes with teaming partners, FAR compliance, False Claims Act investigations, and intellectual property law. For small business clients, she advises on affiliation, limitations on subcontracting, and how to maintain size and status. In addition, Ms. Connor’s litigation background includes representing contractors in state and federal litigation concerning business and employment matters.