Presented by Matthew Schoonover of SCHOONOVER +MORIARTY LLC
It’s no secret that federal government contract awards are hard to earn. This is becoming truer and truer as Uncle Sam continues to consolidate awards.
In this age of consolidated contracts and increased competition, small business contractors must take every advantage to best position themselves for award. Thankfully, the Small Business Administration offers great tools to do so: through the SBA’s mentor/protégé program, and through joint ventures or teaming.
In this presentation, government contracts attorney Matthew Schoonover will discuss the importance of these contracting tools, and why they might make sense for your small business. Attendees will learn how to apply and tips for success.
Matthew Schoonover is the founder and managing member of Schoonover & Moriarty LLC, a law firm dedicated to serving federal government contractors. Together with his colleagues, Matt counsels clients on all aspects of their work with the federal government—from understanding acquisition regulations and contract provisions; to ensuring compliance with regulations relating to small business and socioeconomic program eligibility; and to developing mentor/protégé agreements, joint venture agreements, and subcontracts. Schoonover & Moriarty also represents contractors in bid protests, size and socioeconomic eligibility protests, and performance disputes. Above all, Matt enjoys
helping small businesses achieve success in the federal marketplace. Matt is an experienced speaker, having traveled the country (and, more recently, cyberspace) to present on topics critical to small businesses. He has been interviewed for a variety of publications and podcasts relating to small businesses. He’s also an experienced writer on small business federal contracting issues; you can follow Matt’s posts on small business federal contracting issues on GovConBrief.com.
WHAT: Increasing Competitiveness Through Mentor/Protégés, Joint Ventures, and Teaming Webinar
DATE: Thursday, June 3, 2021
10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (MST)