Shakespeare line “what’s past is prologue” could serve as a valuable lesson for small business contractors. In the age of best value procurements, the federal government often will look to the past to determine whether to issue an award in the future. Do you fully understand how past performance is measured? Are you ready to address any concerns in your past?
This one-hour webinar will feature government contracts attorney Matthew Schoonover discussing past performance. In this presentation, attendees will learn how past performance is evaluated, how to leverage their past performance to enhance their competitiveness, and what strategies to use in addressing any less-than-glowing past performance evaluations.
Matthew 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. He also helps with developing mentor/protégé agreements, joint venture agreements, and subcontracts. Schoonover & Moriarty additionally 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.
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