TargetGov Newsletter- Volume 7, Issue 17
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The Ins and Outs of Joint Venture Agreements Webinar

 


Thursday, September 25
1:00 - 2:00 pm ET
Presenters:  Pam Mazza and Jon Williams, Piliero Mazza

 
Joint ventures are a very useful tool to gain a competitive advantage and provide a winning solution for government contracts. However, to take full advantage of this tool, you need to understand how to best form and operate a joint venture.

There are many decisions that go into a joint venture, such as the type of legal entity to use, the management structure, and whether the joint venture should have its own employees. In addition, when the joint venture pursues set-aside contracts, you need to be mindful of SBA’s affiliation rules as well as the special rules that apply depending on the type of set-aside contract at issue.

Join Pam Mazza and Jon Williams for this webinar to learn more about rules governing joint ventures for federal procurements. Topics and questions to be addressed during the webinar include:
  • What is a joint venture?
  • Advantages and drawbacks of using a joint venture
  • What legal form to use – partnership or LLC?
  • Management structure and labor (populated vs. unpopulated)
  • Drafting the joint venture agreement
  • SBA’s affiliation rules and specific joint venture requirements for the set-aside programs
All attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, a sample teaming agreement and teaming checklist.
What's Inside?

The Ins and Outs of Joint Venture Agreements Webinar


The First Steps in Creating a Persuasive Presentations

After Eight Years: Small Business Contracting Goals Finally Met

Congrats to Western Extralite


Plan Your Training Schedule Now

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Upcoming Events
 
Find out if the TargetGov team will be attending an event near you. Check out the list below of upcoming events where we'll be participating.
We hope to see you there.

If you'd like Gloria Larkin, President of TargetGov or any of the TargetGov team at your next event - please contact us.

The First Step in Creating a Persuasive Presentation

 
By: Mike Parkinson
Billion Dollar Graphic Blog
 
The presentation process I teach is called U.S.E.—Understand, Summarize and Explain. Looking at the first step (Understand) there are three core elements: audience, need, and requirements (if applicable).

To be persuasive, our presentation must resonate with the audience. To do so, we want to empathize with them. If the audience waved a magic wand, what would be the perfect outcome (for them)? A presenter that understands their audience has an advantage. The more we know about our audience, the more persuasive our presentation.
Mike Parkinson is an internationally recognized visual communications expert and Instructor for the Government Contracting Institute's Billion Dollar Proposal Graphics class on October 29.

After Eight Years: Small Business Contracting Goals Finally Met
 

By: Gloria Larkin
Published By: The Business Monthly

Federal government contracting made national headlines when the 2013 Small Business Federal Procurement Scorecard was announced at the Goddard Space Flight Center, in Greenbelt. The results for fiscal 2013 showed that the federal government met its small business federal contracting goal of 23% for the first time since 2005. This translates to $83.1 billion in contracts awarded to small businesses nationwide.

Every two years, the Small Business Administration (SBA) negotiates prime and subcontracting goals with federal agencies, then issues grades based on those goals. Prime and subcontracting goals for federal agencies’ scorecards include goals for small businesses, women-owned small businesses, service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses, small disadvantaged businesses and small businesses located in HUBZones (Historically Underutilized Business Zones).
Western Extralite Receives Recognition as Graduate of GSA Mentor-Protégé Program
Congrats to TargetGov's Client Western Extralite
 
Five years ago Western Extralite was approached by EATON Corporation about participating in the General Services Administration's (GSA) Mentor-Protégé program.  The Mentor-Protégé program is designed to motivate GSA prime contractors, like EATON, to assist small businesses, like Western Extralite. Since joining the program, Western Extralite has grown from 2.5 associates focused on federal sales to 5 and with EATON's assistance improved their business development capture process. Western Extralite is now a proud graduate of the GSA's Mentor-Protégé program. Visit www.gsa.gov/mentorprotege to find out how your company can participate in the program.

Plan Your Training Schedule Today

Not seeing the results you want but don’t have the budget to hire a consultant? Could your employees benefit from help from industry experts? Through the Government Contracting Institute, TargetGov offers complimentary training planning to identify your training needs and how our services best complement those needs. We know that budgets are tight and will work with you to develop an optimal training plan. Contact us today to get started with your training planning session.

Here are some companies that saw success after attending the Government Contracting Institute:

“The Government Contracting Institute is informative, encourages open communication, and provides real world examples from educated and experienced instructors. Since attending, I have won three prime contracts. I attribute this success directly to applying what I learned here.” B. BELKNAP

“I pulled my entire team in to our office take part in TargetGov’s Government Sales Boot Camp: From Theory to Practice Overview – including direct billable people.  The level of the topics being discussed, and the company-specific Q&A that Gloria was able to facilitate ensured that each member understood their role in how to grow our organization.  I would recommend this private on-site training to any company accelerating sales in the Federal Government market as well anyone wanting to brush up on their go-to market strategy.” J. BISCEGLIE, PRESIDENT AND CEO, INTEROS INC.

 

The Government Contracting Institute is an Education Partner with NCMA. Participants earn CPEs and CLPs for classes and webinars. Visit us online to learn more about classes offered.

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