Avoid Legal Mistakes By Attending Our Joint Venture & Teaming Agreements Training Workshop
Avoid Costly Mistakes and Expensive Legal Fees.
Government contractors use teaming agreements and joint venture agreements to reach larger federal contracts. However, companies sometimes make many costly mistakes and end up giving up the contract due to a bid protest based upon affiliation.
- Learn about key legal issues when drafting joint venture agreement and teaming agreements
- Learn about limitation in subcontracting laws
- Develop a better understanding about affiliation when teaming or joint venturing with other companies
- Learn strategies when using teaming agreements for upcoming federal government contracts
Our teaming agreement and joint venture agreements training classes are designed to help contractors that are either SBA 8a certified or not, to understand the legal implications or not having a sound teaming agreement or joint venture contract in place.
The training also focuses on the recent February 2011 statutory changes and how they impact future teaming relationships. Attendees will also gain insight into affiliation rules and how to minimize the impact from bid protests.
Joint Venture Agreement & Teaming Agreement Training Dates
September 26, 2016
Times: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Max 2 registrants per company.
A properly structured teaming agreement allows the participating companies to work together in seeking a contract award, but avoids the companies being deemed “affiliated” for purposes of size standards. Improperly structured teaming agreement, however, can cause the companies to be deemed “affiliated” and lose their ability to compete for the government contract.
Attendees should include: small businesses, project managers, in-house proposal writers and corporate executives; large businesses seeking to team with small businesses.
Catered Lunch Provided – Enjoy an Opportunity to Network with Other Businesses.
For more information about our government contract training services contact Watson & Associates today or call 1-866-601-5518.