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Prime contractors have always been responsible for their subcontractors in a general sense. But in recent years, contractors have increasingly been required to shoulder specific, direct, and proactive responsibilities that reach far into their supply chains. This program explores the compliance responsibilities and risks in this era of what we call proactive subcontractor management. This program will conclude by looking ahead to new developments on the horizon in the area of subcontractor management obligations including a preview of the potential agenda of the next administration in this area.
I. Understand parts and materials sourcing
II. Understand the related areas of labor, employment, and affirmative action
III. Grasp commercial item determinations / issues
IV. Identify human trafficking issues
V. Understand purchasing systems and overall purchasing management
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Mr. Leonard represents clients on all aspects of federal, state and local procurement matters, including government contracts compliance issues, compliance with federal labor initiatives, such as the Service Contract Act (SCA), bid protests, contract disputes and termination litigation, mergers and acquisitions, government investigations, suspension and debarment matters and False Claims Act actions. His experience includes representation of clients before federal agencies, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and spans virtually all industries involved in contracting with the federal government.
Mr. Smith counsels and represents government contractors and subcontractors on a broad range of government contracting issues, including bid protests, contract claims, disputes, as well as government and internal investigations.
I appreciate all of the options you have for CLEs that are focused on government contracting. Please continue to provide options for FAR and/or DFAR based learning!
Excellent program in all respects.
Very good seminar. Speakers knew their subject matter.
Eager for the comprehensive training. Thank you.
Detailed in-depth coverage of the topic
Highly recommend this course!
Excellent presenters. Session densely packed with material.
good presentation- very informative