The federal government is adamant about giving small businesses a “practicable opportunity” in federal procurement, but how do they make sure it actually happens? Other than Small Businesses (OTSBs) are required to subcontract a part of their work to small businesses. They must prove this through a Small Business Subcontracting Plan, which details how you will allocate your contract requirements between your own company and small businesses.

In this webinar, we’ll help you navigate the Subcontracting Plan process whether you are a prospective contractor and need a plan to submit with your GSA Schedule offer, or if you already have a Subcontracting Plan incorporated into your Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contract. We’ll discuss:

  • Role of a Subcontracting Plan
  • Policy Regarding Subcontracting Plans
  • Required Elements of a Subcontracting Plan
  • Types Of Subcontracting Plans
  • Developing & Meeting Goals for your Subcontracting Plan
  • Subcontractor Representations of Size and Socioeconomic Status
  • Subcontracting Plan Compliance & Reporting

This webinar has been previously recorded and is available for on-demand viewing. Simply fill out the form on this page to gain access to the recording. 

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Webinar Presenter:

Christina Kacem
Lead Consultant, Winvale


About Winvale:

Winvale is a government contracts consultancy and leading advisor on the GSA Schedule program. Headquartered in the Washington D.C. area since 2003, Winvale provides expertise to companies seeking to conduct business with federal, state and local governments. Winvale also offers channel distribution services designed to help companies reach government buyers quickly by allowing them to place their products and services on its existing contract vehicles. Winvale’s client portfolio includes many small emerging firms as well as Fortune 500 and international companies.