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Opportunities for Small and Disadvantaged Businesses in Federal Contracting: Requirements, Certifications, and Documentation (CCLO41D)

  • Product Format
    Pre Recorded Audio Conference
  • Presenter(s)
    Zach Jones
  • Conference Date
    Mon, November 17, 2014
  • Length
    60 minutes

How to Qualify, Certify, and Maintain the Status of a Small Disadvantaged Business

It is the policy of the United States government to set aside a portion of its contracts for small and economically disadvantaged businesses. Businesses can qualify for these set-aside programs based on the company’s ownership, size, or geographic location. Specifically, there are set-aside programs for small businesses (SB), small disadvantaged businesses (SDB and 8(a) Program), veteran-owned small businesses (VOSB and SDVOSB), women-owned small businesses (WOSB and EDWOSB), and businesses located within historically underutilized geographical areas (HUBZone).

Qualifying, certifying, and operating as a small and/or economically disadvantaged business presents many opportunities that otherwise would be unavailable; but it also presents many hurdles. This presentation by Zach Jones walks through the basic requirements to qualify, certify, and maintain the status of a small and/or disadvantaged business. While an hour long program cannot possibly detail every requirement, Zach will guide participants through the major obstacles and common pitfalls that businesses face.

This presentation will guide current and aspiring entrepreneurs through the small and economically disadvantaged business opportunities open to qualifying business. The presenter will outline basic opportunities and the requirements that must be met to take advantage of these opportunities.

In this program, Zach Jones will discuss:

  • Small business standards
  • Size determinations
  • Ownership/affiliation issues
  • 8(a) program requirements
  • Mentor/Protégé program
  • HUBZone program requirements
  • Service-disabled small business program requirements
  • Women-owned small business program requirements

Benefits of the session

  • Gain valuable insight into Small Business opportunities with the Federal Government
  • Learn key program requirements
  • Learn common landmines to avoid when applying for, certifying as, and operating a small business in the federal contracting world

Who should attend

  • Principals of firms who contract, or would like to, on federally funded projects
  • CFOs
  • Controllers
  • Contract Administrators
  • Project Managers
  • Estimators and Business Development Professionals
  • Project Engineers
  • Consultants who work with contractors on federally funded projects
 

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About the Presenter(s)

 

Zach Jones is a construction attorney in Louisville, Kentucky, with the firm of Stites & Harbison who represents contractors across the country and around the world.  Prior to becoming an attorney, Zach was a project eng...More Info

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