Date(s) - 01/12/17
7:30 am - 10:00 am
Success with Multiple Award Schedule Contracts
Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) are something every government contractor should have on their radar screen. Making it easy for government procurement officers to access millions of items across a variety of schedules, the MAS vehicle is a powerful way for government contractors to sell their products and services.
Getting on Multiple Award Schedules, however, takes significant time, effort and a solid understanding of specific MAS vehicles. Join GC-TEC as Courtney Fairchild, a renowned expert on government contracting schedules, offers key insights for government contractors who want to grow their business.
What You’ll Learn
- Common MAS contracting schedules
- How to evaluate whether you should be on a MAS schedule and if so, which one(s) make sense for different types of products and services
- Steps for successfully applying for MAS contracts
- Pointers for increasing revenue from new and existing MAS contracts
- How to modify your prices once you’re on a schedule
- MAS compliance requirements update
- Legal issues related to Multiple Award Schedules
7:30 – 8:00 am | Networking, registration and breakfast
8:00 – 10:00 am | Seminar
Come network with other government contractors and hear industry leaders’ insights on achieving success with multiple award schedule contracts.
Free and plentiful parking is available.
Meet the Panelists
Courtney is the co-founder and president of Global Services. For 18 years she and her team have successfully prepared, negotiated and managed 2,000+ schedule contracts for Global Services’ clients. Courtney is an authority on all GSA Schedules within the Multiple Award Schedule program and has spoken on related topics across the country. She has worked with companies ranging from multibillion-dollar publicly traded corporations to micro businesses consisting of only a few employees and just about everything in between. In addition to working with her government contractor clients in the private sector, Courtney provides pro bono services to the Small Business Administration’s SCORE program and Small Business Development Center to help their constituents learn about marketing to the federal government, specifically via the GSA Schedule.
Lee Dougherty, Esq.
Lee concentrates his practice in the area of government contract law. He has extensive experience in every phase of government contracting at the federal, state and local levels, from contract formation through contract administration and conclusion. His experience includes bid protests, negotiated procurement disputes, terminations for convenience, and defaults and litigation. Lee specializes in government fraud investigations and DCAA audits, False Claims Act investigations, Contracts Disputes Act issues, suspension and debarment, Qui Tam cases and other administrative and criminal investigations and litigation. He also has extensive international procurement law expertise both in Europe and Asia.