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August 2019

Cost and Price Analysis for Government Contractors

August 20 @ 8:30 am - August 21 @ 4:30 pm
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Arlington, VA – GMU, 3351 Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22201 United States
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$1095

Course participants will learn regulatory requirements and expectations related to cost and price analysis. Additionally, how and when to perform and document price analysis, how and when to perform and document cost analysis, and how and when to request performance of and incorporate results of a technical analysis. Participants will also learn how to document source selection, including justification for single/sole source acquisitions and related negotiations. This course consists of practical techniques for analyzing the reasonableness of proposed pricing and…

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Commercial and Government Contracting and Subcontracting: Similarities, Differences, Relationships, and Negotiations

August 20 @ 9:00 am - August 21 @ 4:00 pm
Washington, DC – PCI, 1725 I (Eye) Street NW
Washington, DC 20007 United States
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$995

This training (2 days) will present key characteristics, similarities, and differences among domestic commercial, international commercial, and federal government contracts to enhance the knowledge and skills of individuals working in areas relating to government and commercial contracting, subcontracting, program management, program finance, legal, management, and more. It will provide knowledge and tools for achieving greater success in the conduct of a competitive business involving foreign and domestic customers, partners, and subcontractors. Instructor presentation relating to substantive aspects of commercial and…

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FREE: FY2019 Small Business Regulatory and Administrative Update

August 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Free

As all Government contractors know, small business rules are constantly changing. Thus, as FY2019 comes to a close, we review this year’s regulatory and administrative changes that have impacted or may impact small business Government contractors. Join Jayna Marie Rust (a Government contracts attorney at Thompson Coburn LLP that regularly works with small businesses) for a small business update and to learn more about these changes. During the webinar, we will: 1. Discuss changes at the Small Business Administration and…

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First Year Government Contract Attorneys Course

August 21 @ 9:00 am - August 22 @ 4:00 pm
Washington, DC – PCI, 1725 I (Eye) Street NW
Washington, DC 20007 United States
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$696

You want your first year government contract attorneys to “hit the ground running” and to be as productive as possible. They probably didn’t learn enough in this area in law school, and some government contract law matters--like litigation--simply do not lend themselves to a prolonged learning curve. Thankfully your “First Years” actually want the same thing—to be positive members of your team as quickly as possible. Well then start them out right by having them attend the Public Contracting Institute’s…

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May the Clause Be with You℠

August 22 @ 11:00 am - 11:25 am
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$1360

  Clauses set forth in FAR PART 52, without doubt, establish a critical foundation in every Federal Government Contract. You might even say they’re the “Force” that binds a contract together! Thus, mastering when, how, and even if certain clauses should be referenced or used is a goal all should try to achieve. But due to the intimidation caused by the complexity of these clauses (especially for the beginner), that goal is often seen as impossibly out-of-reach. PCI and their…

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