Franklin Turner has significant experience resolving complex government contracts issues for a broad array of companies – ranging from multinational, multibillion-dollar Fortune 500 corporations in the aerospace, defense, technology, heal ...
Alexander Major is a Washington D.C. area attorney focusing on federal procurement and cybersecurity counseling where he assists clients with government contract claims disputes, multiple award schedules, subcontract disputes, internal inve ...
Federal Procurement Subcontracting: A Vacationer’s Guide
Each year, the government spends hundreds of billions of dollars on contracts. According to recent reports, as much of 50 to 70 percent of this money is spent on subcontracts. Although many government contractors enter into subcontracting relationships, many do not fully understand the rules and regulations that govern the practice, nor do they fully appreciate the common pitfalls encountered by most companies. The lack of understanding of Federal Procurement Subcontracting regulations and requirements can lead to devastating consequences in the highly regulated world of government contracts.
The course then explores key definitions relating to subcontracting starting with, how to manage subcontracts, how to find partners and know what to look for in potential partners, and how to navigate terms and conditions like a seasoned professional. Feel confident as either a prime contractor or subcontractor after completing this course.Like