Free Webinar from the Government Contracting Institute-Request for Equitable Adjustment (REA) and Contract Disputes Act (CDA) Claims: Key Strategies in Seeking Compensation

Top Quote On February 16, 2016, join us for a free one-hour webinar on Requests for Equitable Adjustment (REA) and Contract Disputes Act (CDA) claims. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 15, 2016 - Free Webinar from the Government Contracting Institute-Request for Equitable Adjustment (REA) and Contract Disputes Act (CDA) Claims: Key Strategies in Seeking Compensation

    Linthicum Heights, MD-January 15, 2016-After you've secured your Federal government contract award, what comes next? As any Federal contractor will tell you, the contract award is only the beginning. On February 16, The Government Contracting Institute (www.GovernmentContractingInstitute.com) will host a free one-hour webinar entitled, "Request for Equitable Adjustment (REA) and Contract Disputes Act (CDA) Claims: Key Strategies in Seeking Compensation."

    The FAR and its supplementary regulations impose a host of obligations on contractors, and can impact the ways in which a contractor performs a contract. These rules and regulations also dictate the ways in which those contractors can seek compensation for unanticipated costs incurred on the job. The webinar will explore REAs and CDA Claims and the difference between the two.

    During the webinar, experienced federal contract attorneys Edward DeLisle and Maria Panichelli from Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC, will walk through the Contract Disputes Act process and teach how to maximize the chance of success when making claims against the Federal Government. The webinar will cover:
    The differences between REAs and CDA Claims and when to use each
    How to put together and submit winning REAs and Claims
    The Contract Disputes Act and Claims Litigation before the Court of Federal Claims

    This is just one of our new 60 minute webinars that are no cost and give an overview of upcoming Government Contracting Institute in-person/ virtual classes.

    "The instructors were so knowledgeable and eager to answer our questions about our individual businesses," said Holly Schueler, an attendee of a previous course. "The connections that were made will be extremely beneficial as our business continues to grow."

    About The Government Contracting Institute:
    Established in 2013 by TargetGov, the Government Contracting Institute is a series of advanced government contracting courses designed to help businesses at all experience levels see success in the federal government marketplace. It offers the opportunity to receive instruction from leaders in the government contracting market on topics that will help companies fast-track market entry. For more information about the course, contact TargetGov at 866-579-1346, email info ( @ ) targetgov dot com, or visit www dot GovernmentContractingInstitute dot com

    About TargetGov:
    TargetGov provides national support with expertise in federal government procurement related business development and marketing services including business development, proposal management and development, contract administration, socio-economic and minority certification services, contract development (GSA Schedules, BPAs, IDIQs, GWACs, etc.), and expert federal contracting services. President Gloria Berthold Larkin has been recently quoted in the Wall Street Journal and TheStreet.com, and she is the author of "The Basic Guide to Government Contracting" and "The Veterans Business Guide: How to Build a Successful Government Contracting Business." Visit www.TargetGov.com or call 866-579-1346 for more information.

    ###
space
space
  • FB Icon Twitter Icon In-Icon
Contact Information
  • Gloria Larkin
  • Targetgov
  • 780 Elkridge Landing Rd Suite 204
  • Linthicum Heights
  • 21090
  • Voice: 1-866-579-1346
  • Visit our Site