To Learn More and Register An operationally-focused two-day in-person classroom course addressing the fundamentals of capturing federal business and creating winning proposals. The format follows the convention of presentation, class dialogue, and application for each subject outlined below, and includes exercises intended to increase efficiency the first day back to work. The capture exercise introduces a spreadsheet-based analytical tool for assessing an organization’s relative competitive position, probability of winning, and investments required to win. The proposal exercise introduces a system…Find out more »
Learn More and Register 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…Find out more »
To Learn More or Register The Government’s and contractors’ respective rights in intellectual property (IP) arising from government contracts is very important to both sides. For contractors, IP rights may be critical for the very survival of the company. For Government agencies, IP rights may have a great impact on the cost and time to accomplish an agency’s mission. “Rights in data” is an unusually complex area, but one that is essential to learn. Not the least of the difficulties…Find out more »
HOW: A Hands-On Workshop to Help you Identify and Mark Proprietary Technical Data and Computer Software (TX)
To Learn More or Register Understanding technical data and computer software regulations is one of the most challenging steps in contracting with the U.S. Government. An often overlooked – and one of the most important – facets of working with data and software is how best to mark and protect your intellectual property assets. Failure to mark your IP properly, with the appropriate restrictive legends, can lead to forfeiture of your IP rights. This class will explore not only how…Find out more »
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