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The updated Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Mentor-Protégé Rule may change the way that firms are doing business with the federal government. Find out how the new rule has expanded the mentor-protégé market.

Join Rob Burton, a partner with the law firm of Crowell & Morning’s Government Contracts Group, to examine how the new rules affect small and large firm opportunities in the federal market, and how firms can take advantage of the new regulations to expand their federal market presence.

The changes are effective August 24, 2016 and will allow mentor-protégé agreements between any type of small business (Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Concern (SDVO SBC), HUB Zone, Women-Owned Small Business, 8(a), and small businesses. This change increases the market for mentor firms to work with a larger group of protégés across the federal agency market.


  • Examine the new opportunities for teaming between small and large firms.
  • Discuss the responsibilities for mentors and protégés in these agreements.
  • Review the process to obtain a mentor-protégé agreement for design firms.
Course Type

Online Class

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On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

PDH Credit


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