Federal Publications Seminars – Cost Reimbursement Contracting: March 5, 2013
An important difference between contracting with the government and private contracting is the federal government’s widespread use of cost-reimbursement contracting vehicles. Cost-reimbursement contracts allow the parties to undertake projects that involve a substantial amount of technical and financial uncertainty and accord them greater flexibility during performance of the work than is possible under a fixed-price type contract.
Give Me 5 201 – Service Contract Act Basics and Pricing Implications: March 6, 2013
This session will provide basic knowledge about the Service Contract Act and an understanding of the related impact on pricing and the compliance risks. Highlights Include: When does SCA apply? Who does it cover? How does it impact pricing? What benefits satisfy health and welfare? How to implement a compliance program?
TargetGov – Navigating the GSA Schedule System: March 20, 2013
The GSA Schedule is one of the most widely used contract vehicles in the federal market. It is a five year contract, with the option of three fiver year renewable terms, for a total of a twenty year contract. This vehicle may also be used by state and local government entities to purchase services and products. This class focuses on the GSA Schedule application process and marketing of the GSA schedule after award.