Baltimore, MD, December 26, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Government Contracting class will hold “SBA Affiliation: Rules to Stay Eligible for Government Contracts” on January 28, 2015 at the bwtech@UMBC Research Park in Baltimore, Maryland. Attendees of this class can expect to cover how to define affiliation, exclusions from affiliation, and how to be proactive in relationship assessments and business strategies to comply with SBA affiliation rules. To learn more about this class please visit www.GovernmentContractingInstitute.com.
Teaching this class are attorneys from the law firm PilieroMazza, a full-service law firm located in Washington, DC and well known as a government contracts attorneys. For 25 years they have helped clients navigate the complexities of doing business with the federal government. Such experts are uniquely positioned to discuss the complex nature of SBA affiliation rules.
The SBA’s affiliation rules are a key component of eligibility for all of the federal procurement programs for small business. Affiliation can make the difference between winning or losing a protest and a valuable set-aside contract award. The importance of the SBA’s affiliation rules even expands to large businesses that need to be aware of how set-asides are procured and how to use them to gain an advantage without falling into common affiliation pitfalls.
To register for this class or to learn more about the instructors email GovernmentContractingInstitute@TargetGov.com, visit www.GovernmentContractingInstitute.com or call 443-543-5067.
About The Government Contracting Institute:
The Government Contracting Institute, established in 2013 by bwtech@UMBC and TargetGov at bwtech@UMBC’s Research Park, is a series of courses designed to help businesses at all experience levels see success in the federal government marketplace. It offers the opportunity to receive instruction from leaders in the government contracting market on topics that will help companies fast-track market entry. For more information about the course, contact TargetGov at 443-543-5067, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.GovernmentContractingInstitute.com.