The unique regulatory landscape of Government Contracting makes it difficult for new or commercial businesses to enter the space. Fortunately, the Government has created several programs to assist companies looking to enter the Federal market. These opportunities certainly help these new-entrants. However, they also provide subcontracting opportunities for more traditional government contractors. Maria Panichelli explores how both new market entrants and existing contractors looking to subcontract may use these unique programs to create opportunities that help both classes of company.
JVs for Large and Small Contractors
- Who uses Teaming and Joint Ventures?
- What is Teaming, and how is it different than Subcontracting, or Joint Ventures?
- How to choose what partnering strategy (Teaming v. JV) is right for you.
- What does the Mentor Protégé program have to do with JVs? Plus a brief overview of the program.
- How does a JV become and stay eligible for small business (and specific types) of set aside contracts?
- An overview of recent regulatory changes in this area of law.