GovCon Fundamentals: Contract Types and Associated Risks

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If you are like most government contractors, you have probably spent a lot of time navigating the different types of available contracts. This process probably led you to several key questions. What type of contract should be selected? What are the benefits and risks carried by each type of contract? And, what factors should I consider to allow for profitability?

Please join Mike Mardesich and Rachel Ziemba of DHG's Government Contracting Practice as they tackle the various contracts available and associated implications.

Topics Covered
  • Distinct contract types available to government contractors
  • Why a certain type of contract may be selected by the government
  • Risks associated with each contract type
  • How to negotiate the contract type
  • How to effectively manage different contract types
  • Contract types preferred by the government
  • Other Transaction Authorities (OTA)
  • Mike Mardesich, Senior Manager
  • Rachel Ziemba, Senior Manager
CPE Information

Recommended CPE Credit

Offering 1 hours of CPE (pending approval).

Delivery Format

Group Internet Based (each attendee must be logged in and answer the poll questions in order to receive CPE credit).

Who Should Attend

Individuals in the non-profit, education and government sectors.

Prerequisites / Advance Preparation


Course Level


Program Content

High level discussion on the impact of the CARES Act and its implications on the non-profit, education and governmental sectors.


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