Fox is excited to announce a new four-part Web Series covering the Small Business Administration’s Final Rule: Consolidation of Mentor-Protégé Programs and Other Government Contracting Amendments. The Final Rule is more than 50 pages – all packed with significant new rules and changes that will affect how both large and small businesses do work for the Federal Government.
Join Nick Solosky and Diana McGraw next Tuesday November 17, 2020 at Noon Eastern. Click here to Register today (the first 100 to register get lunch on us).
The first session will cover the Final Rule’s impact on Multiple Award Contracts and Requirements for Certification and Recertification. Shawn Ralston (Small Business Liaison Officer, AECOM) will join us for this session and offer his insights on the practical application of the Final Rule.
In future weekly sessions we will also cover:
- Changes to the 8(a) Program;
- Updates to the Small Business Regulations and Affiliation Rules Generally; and
- Joint Ventures and the All Small Mentor-Protégé Program Limitations and Requirements
We designed this Web Series to provide Federal contractors and industry professionals a meaningful and practical crash course in what the Final Rule means and how it will impact business operations. Each week, we will also invite industry guest speakers to offer valuable advice and insights.
Each one hour and fifteen minute session will take place through the interactive Remo webhosting platform and consist of learning and networking opportunities, broken down in the following schedule:
- 15 minute Networking Session
- 30 minute SBA Final Rule Topic Presentation
- 30 minute Follow-Up Networking
We look forward to getting your business ahead of the curve.
Be sure to check back here for detailed discussions of the Final Rule changes that will accompany each weekly Web Session.
Nick Solosky is a Partner in Fox Rothschild’s Government Contracts Practice Group. You can reach Nick directly at NSolosky@FoxRothschild.com or 202-696-1460.