Over the last several years, I’ve established an important pre-holiday December tradition. No, not decking the halls or leaving carrots for the reindeer–I’m talking about presenting the annual Government Contracts Year in Review webinar, hosted by my good friends at Govology. The Year in Review covers the year’s biggest government contracting developments, with a special emphasis on small business issues.
The 2020 Year in Review is scheduled for Tuesday, December 15. And just like Kris Kringle, I’ve got a special gift for this year’s well-behaved contractors and acquisition professionals: a 25% discount!
This year, I’m excited to welcome my colleague, Shane McCall, as the co-presenter of the Year in Review. Shane is the Managing Partner of Koprince Law LLC and editor of the SmallGovCon blog, giving him tremendous insight into the legal developments affecting government contractors.
And 2020 has brought a lot of major legal developments! This wasn’t just the year that contractors had to respond to COVID-19, but also a year featuring a WOSB certification requirement, major changes to the 8(a) Program’s eligibility rules, the consolidation of SBA’s mentor-protege programs, big changes to the SBA’s joint venture rules, and much more.
Shane and I will cover these developments, and several others, on December 15. And it’s very easy to get a 25% discount for the Year in Review: just sign up for our free monthly e-newsletter, the SmallGovCon Report. Registration is quick, easy and completely free. Those registered by December 4, 2020 will receive a promotion code for 25% off the Year in Review.
See you on December 15!
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