Government Contracting




2015 & 2016 Executive Orders for Government Contractors

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 2015 & 2016 Executive Orders for Government Contractors Links

2015 and 2016 Executive Orders for Government Contractors Presentation


Financing Growth For Federal Government Contractors

Growing your small business often means securing financing; however, traditional banks typically don’t understand the unique nature of government procurement. Your small business may have difficulty finding financing between weighing legal aspects when looking to engage a lender and navigating the right type of lending product. Join John Shoraka of PilieroMazza Advisory Services, along with PilieroMazza Law Partner Mike de Gennaro and Live Oak Bank, to learn how financing solutions, specifically refinancing existing debt, acquisition financing, contract mobilization financing and lines of credit, can help you achieve growth.

Financing Growth for Federal Government Contractors


Understanding EEO-1 Job Categories 2017

The EEO-1 Report is a compliance survey mandated by federal statute and regulations. The survey requires company employment data to be categorized by race/ethnicity, gender and job category. This report must be filed by September 30th of each calendar year for qualifying government contractors.

EEO-1 Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Understanding EEO Job Categories for the EEO-1 Report


Timekeeping for Government Contractors

Timekeeping for Government Contractors




Indirect Rate Models - Are you using the right one

Indirect Rate Models - Are you using the right one


Top 15 Signs Your Accounting System Might Not Be DCAA-Compliant

Top 15 Signs Your Accounting System Might Not Be DCAA-Compliant

 

 


Identity of Interest

This is a power point presentation from a webinar on Identity of Interest from the Piliero Mazza Law Firm on February 23, 2017. Links are not active and you will need to copy and paste to use them.

Identity of Interest


Financing Growth For Federal Government Contractors

Growing your small business often means securing financing; however, traditional banks typically don’t understand the unique nature of government procurement. Your small business may have difficulty finding financing between weighing legal aspects when looking to engage a lender and navigating the right type of lending product. Join John Shoraka of PilieroMazza Advisory Services, along with PilieroMazza Law Partner Mike de Gennaro and Live Oak Bank, to learn how financing solutions, specifically refinancing existing debt, acquisition financing, contract mobilization financing and lines of credit, can help you achieve growth.

Financing Growth for Federal Government Contractors


Understanding Government Contract Terminations

This article is from the PilieroMazza blog, featuring trending legal insight in the areas of government contracting, general business and corporate issues, labor and employment, and civil litigation matters. It is a vital source of understanding Prime contract terminations.

Understanding Government Contract Terminations


CPARS Guide

This resources provides additional details on using the Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS) system for government contracting rating and evaluation.

CPARS Guide

This information could make or break a contractor’s chances of future contract awards.  It is therefore important that you know what your rights are if you get an unfavorable past performance evaluation.  Attorneys at our firm can assist in challenging a poor CPARS evaluation.

CPARS Construction Evaluation Form

Challenging CPARS Past Performance Evaluation


Sequestration

Sequestration


How to Avoid Common Subcontracting Pitfalls

Businesses often partner together to pursue and perform government contracts. As a result, teaming and subcontract agreements are increasingly popular in the federal market. Because these agreements are so prevalent, so too are disputes between teaming partners. Over the years, we have represented many prime and subcontractors in disputes over issues such as work share, non-solicitation and non-competition, the term and termination of the agreement, and protection of proprietary information. In many of these cases, an ounce of prevention, in the careful drafting of the teaming or subcontract agreement, would have been worth a pound of cure and may have avoided or lessened the costly dispute resolution process.

In this webinar, attorneys Jon Williams and Ambika Biggs will share some of our war stories from disputes between teaming partners and provide tips on how to best avoid and resolve such issues. The webinar will include a discussion of disputes and teaming/subcontract provisions related to:

- Work share
- Non-competition and non-solicitation
- Term and Termination
- Protection of proprietary information

How to Avoid Common Subcontracting Pitfalls