GovCon Webinars

Image is not available

Hidden Webinars Article Menu

FAR Part 27 - Patents, Data, And Copyrights

FAR PART 27 - PATENTS, DATA, AND COPYRIGHTS

In this webinar hosted by our friends at Jennifer Schaus & Associates, Mark Amadeo briefly reviews Part 27 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).  In particular, the webinar touches on the rights of the U.S. Government and contractors and subcontractors in technical data, computer software, and inventions that are generated under a government contract or delivered to the U.S. Government.  The webinar also addresses rights of contractors to assert copyrights over their works and to retain title over their patentable inventions.  

If you missed participating in the webinar, you can view it below. You can also download the presentation as a powerpoint presentation (here) or pdf (here) and listen to or download the webinar as a podcast (here).  

To see other GovCon Webinars go here.

Cementing Government Contracting Relationships With Teaming Agreements

CEMENTING GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING RELATIONSHIPS WITH TEAMING AGREEMENTS

In this webinar hosted by our friends at Jennifer Schaus & Associates, Mark Amadeo discusses briefly how government contractors use teaming agreements to solidify their relationships with their government contracting partners. The webinar also distinguishes teaming agreements from contractor team arrangements and discusses how teaming agreements can provide frameworks for contractors to not only respond to a targeted procurement but also to pursue multiple contracting opportunities.

If you missed participating in the webinar, you can view it below. You can also download the presentation as a powerpoint presentation (here) or pdf (here) and listen to or download the webinar as a podcast (here).  

To see other GovCon Webinars go here.

Debriefs - Understanding The Rules

DEBRIEFS - UNDERSTANDING THE RULES

In this webinar hosted by our friends at Jennifer Schaus & Associates, Mark Amadeo discusses briefly the basic rules on preaward debriefs of agency decisions to exclude contractors from competition and postaward debriefs of agency selection decisions.  The webinar addresses issues such as deadlines for requesting debriefs, who can request them and how, and what information must and must not be provided to contractors during the debrief.  The webinar also touches on the impact of debriefs on deadlines for filing protests.

If you missed participating in the webinar, you can view it below. You can also download the presentation as a powerpoint presentation (here) or pdf (here) and listen to or download the webinar as a podcast (here).  

To see other GovCon Webinars go here.

Leveraging Debriefs For Relationship Building

LEVERAGING DEBRIEFS FOR RELATIONSHIP BUILDING

Government contractors typically request debriefs in order to better understand an agency's selection decision, with eyes toward improving their offers in the future, protesting the agency's exclusion or award decision, or both.  In this webinar hosted by our friends at Jennifer Schaus & Associates, Mark Amadeo discusses briefly how government contractors can make the most out of their debrief sessions, whatever their goals may be.  In particular, the webinar touches on specific actions that government contractors can take before, during, and after their debrief session in order to make effective use of their time with contracting officers and agency personnel present at the debrief and whose decisions impact their agency's buying decisions.

If you missed participating in the webinar, you can view it below. You can also download the presentation as a powerpoint presentation (here) or pdf (here) and listen to or download the webinar as a podcast (here).  

To see other GovCon Webinars go here.