Trends in Domestic Preference Regulations and Enforcement

Trends in Domestic Preference Regulations and Enforcement
Please join the Coalition for Government Procurement for our next webinar, Trends in Domestic Preference Regulations and Enforcement, as we host presenters Sheila Armstrong and Katelyn Hilferty from Morgan Lewis LLP and Courtney Black and Michael Tomaselli from Ernst & Young LLP.

Domestic preference may not be a new concept to those familiar with procuring goods and services in support of Federal contracts. However, the current administration combined with the regulatory and operational impacts of COVID-19 have created a fluid procurement environment that can be challenging for even the most mature contractors. In this webinar, we will discuss domestic preference regulations and industry trends including:

·        Domestic preference regulatory trends over time

    • Trade Agreements Act (TAA)
    • Buy American Act (BAA)
    • Additional state level and agency-specific TAA/BAA requirements
    • NDAA Section 889 / FAR 52.204-25, Prohibition on Contracting for Certain Telecommunications and Video Surveillance Services or Equipment
    • FAR 52.204-23, Prohibition on Contracting for Hardware, Software, and Services Developed or Provided by Kaspersky Lab or Other Covered Entities
    • Federal Acquisition Regulation List of Domestically Nonavailable Articles

·        COVID-19 domestic preference regulatory changes

    • Bulk-Power System (BPS) Acquisition Restriction Executive Order
    • GSA schedule impacts
    • FEMA PPE domestic allocation order

·        Domestic preference trends

    • Current impacts to contractors
    • Looking ahead
    • Best practices


If your pricing does not match the membership level, please contact Michael Hanafin at

Unlimited Complimentary

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Standard: $50

Non-Member: $95

Government: Unlimited Complimentary

6/25/2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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