Seminar Invitation
How to Win Federal Construction
Contracts and Make a Profit

Protecting your rights in the bidding and proposal process, resolving claims and effectively communicating with the government, are some of the most important issues to master for contractors aiming to succeed in federal construction today.

The Federal Construction Group of Cohen Seglias, lead by Chair, Michael Payne, will provide you with the tools you need to navigate the ins and outs of winning federal construction work.

The seminar will address the following topics:

  • Protecting your rights in the bidding and proposal process and knowing when to file a bid protest
  • How to submit a winning proposal on a negotiated procurement (RFP)
  • How to effectively create teaming arrangements for federal construction projects
  • Best practices for communicating and negotiating with the federal government
  • Protecting your rights through alternative dispute resolution and litigation
  • How to ensure prompt payment
  • How to successfully prepare and submit claims 

As the world of federal construction contracting continues to change, every contractor needs to fully comprehend all of the topics covered in this seminar.  Regardless of your experience level, we will help you understand these key concepts and develop strategies for obtaining and profiting from federal contracts. 

To register, please use the registration link.  For questions, contact Rachel McNally at (215) 564-1700.

Event Details

October 19, 2011Hyatt Regency Philadelphia
201 S. Columbus Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 928-1234

8:00am - Registration
8:30am-1:00pm - Program

$195 per person and $95 for each additional person from the same company.

If you reserved and paid for a seat but are unable to attend, you must notify Rachel McNally by October 14th. "No shows" who have not withdrawn their registration before that deadline will not be refunded.

Please register early because space is limited.


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