Each year, several new government contracts-related statutes, regulations and case law developments create new obligations and compliance risk and 2020 and 2021 have been no different.
David and Eric will help federal contractors issue-spot and identify key risk areas arising from government contracting that might warrant updates to their compliance programs by focusing on revised policies and procedures, tailored employee training, internal reporting and response, employee discipline and mandatory disclosure. They will also provide a checklist of issues to consider according to business function, including 1) operations, contract performance and subcontracting/purchasing, 2) business development, 3) enterprise-wide information technology, 4) intellectual property management, 5) human resources and employment, and 6) compliance program and internal controls. Specific changes and risks that will be addressed include Section 889 (Chinese telecommunications) prohibition; cybersecurity requirements; small business program requirements; proposal preparation; Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS); changes and requests for equitable adjustment (REAs); Federal Supply Schedules; gifts and gratuities; teaming agreements; subcontract flow downs; and intellectual property management.
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