Topic: FAR & Contract Management Guidance
Original Air Date: Thursday, March 15, 2012
Program Code: 170051
2011 Developments in the FAR and the DFARS: The government has instituted several rule amendments over the past year adding regulations to both the FAR and DFARS. These changes impact both traditional government contractors and commercial companies who also happen to sell to the government. This session will cover the significant new FAR and DFARS changes and some proposed changes that will impact contractors.
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- Small Business Guidelines;
- Personal Conflict of Interests;
- Proposed changes to the Organizational Conflict of Interest; and
- Proposed changes to the intellectual property clauses in the DFARS.
Bryan Cave, LLP
William Weisberg focuses his practice on government contracts and grants. He represents companies, non-profits and educational institutions entering into business arrangements with, or involving, government entities, including clients selling to defense and civilian federal agencies, as well as state and local governments. Mr. Weisberg represents clients in all phases of the contract and grant process, including cost accounting, bid protests and claims, intellectual property, standards of conduct and ethics, labor and employment regulations, export controls, restrictions on foreign goods, performance and termination disputes and security clearance matters. He represents clients ranging from experienced contractors and grantees to those entering the government market for the first time. Mr. Weisberg represents firms doing custom work for the government, as well as organizations selling commercial goods and services, who view the government as just another customer.
Mr. Weisberg's clients include information technology firms (manufacturers, developers, integrators and resellers), manufacturing companies, private equity and emerging growth companies, professional service firms, bio-technology, life-sciences and other technology firms, property owners, construction and engineering companies, advertising and public relations agencies and a variety of dealers and resellers of products and services. He also represents non-profits, educational institutions, subcontractors and sub-grantees.
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