Teaming JV Jun2017Join Howard Roth June 1st for “Teaming & Joint Venturing for Government Contracting Success” sponsored by Washington PTAC and Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce.  This seminar will be held at the Tri-Cities Business & Visitor Center Bechtel Board Room 7130 W. Grandridge Blvd., Kennewick WA 99338 from 10am to 12pm.  For more information and to register, go to http://washingtonptac.org/event/teaming-joint-venturing-for-government-contracting-success-june-1-2017-10-am-12-pm-tri-cities-kennewick/

 

 

HWR Headshot Outside Color 030314_SquareOn Wednesday, November 16, Howard Roth will present an interactive workshop at the Tri-Cities Regional Chamber of Commerce that will provide essential information small businesses need to know to protect their business.  Learn about recent updates including the SBA’s new Mentor/Protégé Program, Affiliation rules and Teaming/Joint Venturing. 

To register for this workshop, please visit Washington PTAC.

James F. NagleJames F. Nagle will give a special presentation at The Seminar Group’s upcoming 23rd Annual Washington Construction Law conference on September 15 at the Hilton Seattle. In Jim’s federal construction law presentation, he will provide an update on the False Claims Act, new programs  from the Small Business Administration and other new developments affecting construction law. Guests of Jim are eligible for a $100 discount with the promo code “FAC100.” Continue Reading Join James Nagle at the 23rd Annual Washington Construction Law Conference on September 15th

ncma-header-logoOn September 15, join Adam Lasky, partner in Oles Morrison’s Government Contracts Practice Group, along with Laurie Davis, senior contracting officer of Naval Sea Systems Command, as they discuss lessons learned from bid protests concerning cost or price realism analysis. In this webinar, Adam and Laurie will show procurement officers and contractors how they can avoid these same pitfalls and will focus on the following topics: Continue Reading Adam Lasky to present “Avoiding Cost and Price Analysis Pitfalls in Source Selection” in NCMA Webinar

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DARPA’s “artist concept” for a flying aircraft carrier (DARPA image)

Could a new generation of aircraft carriers change how future conflicts are fought from the sky? The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) aims to find out. This month, DARPA, the agency charged with developing new military technologies for the Department of Defense, issued a Request for Information (RFI) for “Distributed Airborne Capabilities,” or in other words “Ideas for Transforming Planes into Aircraft Carriers in the Sky.” According to DARPA, flying aircraft carriers would expand the range of drones thereby allowing the military to conduct more unmanned air operations and reducing the number of missions where pilots are put at risk.

A look back at history shows that this is not the first time the U.S. military has experimented with the idea of flying aircraft carriers.

Continue Reading Department of Defense Solicits Ideas for Flying Aircraft Carriers