The world of Government contracting is complicated because it is so dependent upon Federal statutes and regulations, but that doesn’t mean that you should avoid trying to learn about it. Tim Sullivan’s “Introduction to Government Contracting” is designed to provide a soup-to-nuts view of Government contracting. Tim explains the laws, the rules and the people who are central to the process. For newcomers, Tim’s presentation will help them make sense of this unusual marketplace. For the not-so-newcomers, it will explain why certain things happened the way they did. While Tim would be the first to tell you that there is always something to learn in this business, this program is a great way to orient yourself to what lies ahead for you and your organization.
This virtual class will cover:
- Understanding the Big Picture
- Learning Who’s Who
- Demystifying the Regulations
- Figuring Out Where I Need to Learn More
Tim Sullivan is a Partner in the law firm of Thompson Coburn LLP, where he serves as the Chairman of the firm’s Government Contracts department. A graduate of the University of Michigan and the Georgetown University Law Center, where he served as a member of the Georgetown Law Journal, Mr. Sullivan’s career began as a contract negotiator with the Central Intelligence Agency. Since 1975, he has focused his law practice on Government contract matters. Mr. Sullivan is member of the bars of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia, and he has been a member of the National Contract Management Association since 1975. He is a frequent lecturer on Government contract matters and has authored several articles
Continuing Education Credits
2 CLE/ 0.2 CEU/ 2 CPE (Business Law) credit may be earned for this course. This course is recommended for 2.0 CLP credits.
This course has been approved for CLE in CA, PA, VA and TX. Because this activity has been approved in another CLE jurisdiction, you may also receive credit for participation in AK, AZ, AR, CO, FL, HI, IL, ME, MT, NJ, NY, ND, and WI (additional state requirements may apply). If you are seeking CLE credits for a jurisdiction other than the ones listed above, please contact us for additional information.
This course can be submitted to Project Management Institute (PMI) for PDU. Upon their approval, it may be worth 1.5 PDU credits.