GovConNet Member Meeting Topic: Legislative & Regulatory Updates on issues affecting small government contractors

Posted Date: 
May 31, 2012

Pamela Mazza, Managing Partner of PilieroMazza PLLC,  presented legislative and regulatory updates on issues affecting small government contractors and their teaming to the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce GovConNet Committee.  An overview on subcontracting, mentor-protégé programs, size standards review and small business status was given.  SBA proposed rules on the use of set-asides for multiple award contracts and technical amendments to 8(a) rules pertaining to primary industry classifications, eligibility, subcontracts, profit distribution requirements for joint venture partners, dollar limits on sole source contracts and standards governing approval of second mentors issued during the week of May 14 were reviewed with the committee.
Ms. Mazza practices law in the areas of corporate counseling, government contracts, government relations, Native American law and association law.   Within her government contracts practice, she advises on all aspects of government contracting, with a specialty in issues pertaining to small and disadvantaged businesses. She counsels clients on a variety of corporate issues including corporate formation and restructuring, shareholder agreements, and trade secrets protection.

Ms. Mazza also represents trade associations, coalitions and corporations before Congress and the Administration.

Pam Mazza sits on the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors and GovConNet Council. Pam is also the General Counsel to the Chamber and the Foundation. Pam has been an instructor for both VIP and the GovConNet Institute.

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