Utilizing Your Best Efforts to Achieve Diversity in Government Contracting
Created on July 16, 2019
Diversity in government contracting has become a hot topic. Some government entities have adopted laws and policies to require diversity as part of the procurement process; other government entities have diversity and set aside goals that require government vendors to exercise their best efforts to utilize female, minority, and veteran owned businesses. Join Genova Burns LLC Partner Rebecca Moll Freed, a member of the firm's Procurement Law, Government Contracts & Bid Protest Litigation Group, to learn more about these requirements and develop a strategy for compliance for your company.
- Gain a general understanding of diversity and set-aside goals in the government procurement process
- Review "best efforts" requirements and benchmarks for government vendors
- Recognize potential pitfalls associated with failure to comply with diversity requirements
- Develop strategies for compliance to achieve diversity goals
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