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Grants & Beyond: Innovation Through Non-Traditional Funding Vehicles

Webinar • Thursday, May 31, 2018 • 1:00-2:30 p.m. ET

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Subject: Grants Development & Management

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Program Knowledge Level: Basic

Advanced Preparation: None

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Answering the federal government’s call for innovation, agencies are actively seeking projects that support innovation, using non-traditional procurement vehicles to fund said programs. That's right—Grants and contracts are no longer your only options.

From CRADAs and public/private partnerships to blanket purchase agreements and OTAs, non-traditional procurement/funding vehicles can expand your access to federal funding dramatically.

Here is how to get this advantage—before competitors even know these opportunities exist!

Register now for Grants & Beyond: Innovation Through Non-Traditional Funding Vehicles.

In this 90-minute webinar, Wiley Rein’s John Prairie and Brian Walsh use their expertise with both federal grants and contracts to show you how federal agencies are using non-traditional procurement/funding vehicles to fund innovation projects.

Expand your funding opportunities. You will learn how the government’s increasing focus on innovation is opening new avenues for grant and contract seekers. You will also gain practical guidance on where to find these non-traditional funding opportunities and how to pursue them. Plus, you will have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now for guidance on how to start taking full advantage of all your options for funding your projects, including:

  • How the federal government’s focus on innovation is today’s procurement environment
  • Federal Government innovation initiatives, including DIUx and other federal agency innovation programs.
  • Traditional procurement vehicles such as federal contracts, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity vehicles, GSA Schedule contracts, and grants
  • Non-traditional options, including Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs), blanket purchase agreements, Outside Transaction Authority (OTA), challenge competitions and public/private partnerships (P3s)
  • How to pursue non-traditional federal funding opportunities

Do not miss this opportunity to learn how to make the most of all your options for winning federal support for your programs.

Register now for Grants & Beyond: Innovation Through Non-Traditional Funding Vehicles.

This webinar is of value to any organization seeking federal funding or involved in the distribution of federal funding, such as for-profit companies, non-profits, universities, state and local governmental entities, and government contractors. Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • Grants/contract management professionals and administrators
  • Grant/contract legal, accounting and finance professionals
  • Grant/contract program staff
  • Organizational leaders

YOUR EXPERT(S):

Brian Walsh

Brian Walsh is an Partner at Wiley Rein. He counsels and represents government contractors and subcontractors, as well as federal and state grant recipients, on a broad range of government contracts matters, including contract claims and disputes, teaming and subcontracting issues, data rights and intellectual property issues, government investigations and audits, and compliance with ethics and procurement integrity laws. He further represents clients in bid protests before the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims (COFC) and has litigated hundreds of protests at these forums. Brian also actively participates in Wiley Rein’s pro bono program and has assisted clients in achieving successful results in a variety of different areas, including parole hearings, divorce and custody matters, and landlord-tenant disputes. Further, Brian is an active member of the firm’s Diversity Committee.

John Prairie

John Prairie is a Partner at Wiley Rein. His practice includes a broad range of litigation, counseling, and transactional matters for entities that work with federal, state, and local governments. John represents both traditional and “non-traditional” government contractors, as well as grant recipients, throughout all phases of the procurement and grant lifecycles. John represents some of the largest contractors in the world in high-stakes bid protest and claims litigation. He also regularly assists small and emerging firms, as well as non-profit organizations, with navigating the complex requirements of performing federal contracts and grants. John has particular expertise with the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) small business programs, and counsels both large and small businesses on small business contracting requirements. John also assists venture capital and private equity firms with the acquisition and oversight of small business government contractors, as well as compliance with Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program requirements.

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