Webinars on Demand

For live webinar events, click here!

Organizational Conflicts of Interest: Continuing Evolution

Topic: Ethics & Compliance
Original Air Date: Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Program Code: 170055
CPEs: 1.50

In the past few years, the federal government has increasingly scrutinized companies with actual or perceived organizational conflicts of interest. The federal government’s policy aims to prevent biases and favoritism and to promote equal competition. The FAR Council recently published a proposal rule on OCIs.

Missed the live event? Watch a snippet directly from the presentation!

Learn about:


William WeisbergWilliam Weisberg
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 control, 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.

TongJoyce Tong
Bryan Cave LLP

Joyce Tong focuses her practice on government contracts and grants. She represents information technology firms, manufacturing companies, and professional service firms entering into business arrangements with, or involving, government entities, in bid protests, ethical and corporate compliance issues, product sourcing compliance (such as the Buy American and Trade Agreement Acts as well as the Berry Amendment) and intellectual property issues. She counsels clients on the interpretation of regulatory and statutory law and the impact of those laws on their government contracts and business in general. Ms. Tong has represented clients in pre- and post- contract award disputes before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and the Government Accountability Office. Ms. Tong is a speaker on these issues and works with the National Contract Management Association.

Purchase this Webinar on Demand

Select webinars on demand are available at discount rates; see our online store.

Technical Requirements and File Access

The recordings are in audio sync-to-slide format and include presentations slides and certificate. Files must be downloaded from the "My Downloads" section of your NCMA online account.

Need More Information? Contact learningcenter@ncmahq.org.

NCMA Resources | Advertise | Privacy Policy | Contact Us | Site Map | © 2012 National Contract Management Association