Government Contracting Lunch and Learn Series: Think Small to Grow Your Business – Leveraging the Latest Small Business Administration Regulations and Programs for Strategic Growth
Event: Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Partner Devon Hewitt and CohnReznick’s Roy Conley will present “Think Small to Grow Your Business – Leveraging the Latest Small Business Administration Regulations and Programs for Strategic Growth” on Wednesday, February 15th (Baltimore) and Wednesday, February 22nd (Tysons) as a part of the CohnReznick Government Contracting Lunch and Learn Series.
Collaboration has always been a key component to a successful growth strategy for government contractors. Whether through the use of teaming agreements, joint ventures, or set aside programs, contractors have many options to win new business. If you’re a government contractor who is already leveraging the various U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) regulations and programs, or you’re a contractor who would like to learn how to utilize these programs to better position your company for growth through strategic relationships, then this session is for you.
Join us for this in-depth exploration of SBA programs and learn the ins and outs of existing programs as well as the details of the newly-implemented “All Small Mentor-Protégé Program – a new program that provides all small businesses the ability to form large/small contractor joint ventures, significantly increasing the scope of the program. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to utilize the innovative SBA business development programs and new rules to your competitive advantage in pursuing key government contracts.
Topics will include:
- Overview of SBA 8(a) Mentor-Protégé Program, the new All Small Mentor-Protégé Program, and Joint Venture Program
- Eligibility Requirements and Regulations
- Joint Venture Advantages, Disadvantages, Requirements, and Characteristics
- Other recent SBA Rule Changes