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Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. requests quotes for Mud Mountain Dam Fish Passage Facility Project – Buckley, WA

Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. requests quotes from Subcontractors, suppliers and service providers, including Small Businesses (SB) defined as SDB, WOSB, HUBZone SB, VOSB & SDVOSB firms in a multitude of Heavy Construction work disciplines in support of our prime contractor proposal to the Seattle District – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) for the   Mud Mountain Dam Fish Passage Facility Project – Buckley, WA– Solicitation No. W912DW-18-R-0001

Mud Mountain – DBE RFQ – Small Business Subs n Suppliers Click link for more information.

Article: Buy America and Buy American

If you’re pursuing government contracts, you know about the Buy American clauses in your federal contracts. Why are they there and what should you know?

This is a good article in the Daily Journal of Commerce by Howard Roth of Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker

Click the link to view the article:  DJC_Buy American_HWR 101917_Final.

 

 

What’s new at OMBWE webinar, Friday, Oct 20, 9 a.m.

Washington PTAC Program Manager Tiffany Scroggs will host Teresa Berntsen, Director of the Washington State Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises. Teresa will provide an update on the new processes they have implemented to create efficiencies and serve their customers including on-line certifications. Tiffany will provide an update on Washington PTAC and upcoming opportunties for training.

 

Key Differences between Teaming, Joint Ventures, and Mentor-Protégé Relationships Webinar Friday, Sept. 29, 9am

Government Contracting Weekly Webinar:

Key Differences between Teaming, Joint Ventures, and Mentor-Protégé Relationships

Join experienced federal contracting attorney Maria Panichelli as she presents a part two of a three-part webinar series covering everything you need to know about Teaming, Joint Ventures, and the SBA’s Mentor Protégé Programs.

 

 

This webinar will focus on: Key Differences between Teaming, Joint Ventures, and Mentor-Protégé Relationships
There are a number of different ways to form small business partnerships. Many contractors confuse teaming, joint venturing, and the formation of mentor protégé relationships. However, these types of partnerships have some major differences, and raise different types of compliance concerns. In this webinar, we will focus on the differences between teaming arrangements and joint ventures, and provide strategies on determining which type of partnership is right for you and your business.

GovConWkly Webinar: Teaming and Affiliation Basics: Understanding the Lingo, Eligibility and Affiliation, Friday- Sep 22, 2017 9:00 AM

Join experienced federal contracting attorney Maria Panichelli as she presents part one of a three-part webinar series covering everything you need to know about Teaming, Joint Ventures, and the SBA’s Mentor Protégé Programs.
This webinar will cover: Teaming and Affiliation Basics: Understanding the Lingo, Eligibility and Affiliation
There is no hotter topic in federal contracting than teaming, joint venturing, and mentor-protégé arrangements. However, the concepts and requirements relating to teams and joint ventures are often very misunderstood. In this beginners-level webinar, we will discuss the fundamental building blocks necessary to understanding the why and how of small business partnerships. We will explain what set aside contracts are, how to determine if you are eligible for the federal government’s small business programs, and common pitfalls that can prevent your eligibility for set-aside contracts and adversely impact your teaming/JV opportunities.

Preventative & Corrective Maintenance (PM/CM) Services in support of the 88th Reserve Support Command (RSC), Seattle Regionl Bid Notice

The United States Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville (CEHNC) intends to award a contract for Preventative & Corrective Maintenance (PM/CM) Services in support of the 88th Reserve Support Command (RSC), Seattle Region

This requirement is being solicited as a 100% set aside for 8(a) certified small businesses under NAICS code 561210, size standard 38.5M.

Response date October 5, 2017

 

Government Contracting Labor Wage and Hour Compliance Workshop-Everett Sept 25, 10am-12:00pm

Learn from a former investigator for the U.S. Department of Labor how audits are conducted, how decisions are made regarding back
wages and fines and how each part of the law is enforced.
In this class you will learn:  Why a company is chosen for a Wage and Hour audit, What an audit entails and How to prepare for an audit.

The basics of federal government contracting compliance including prevailing wages, fringe benefits, health and welfare, certified payrolls, apprentice wages, and worker.