NCMA December Webinar

December 13, 2018
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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PNNL - CSF Building - MURAL Room
3300 Stevens Dr.
Richland, WA 99354
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Abstract:
Government contracting is continuously changing—especially now. This webinar will help contracting professionals understand the latest legal and compliance changes, and discuss how to adapt.


Key Takeaways:

  • The latest labor regulations and enforcement priorities.
  • Changes to small business contracting.
  • How the new cyber requirements are impacting contracting.
  • What’s new from the 2018 NDAA and Section 809 Panel.
  • Compliance changes associated with “other transaction agreements” (OTAs).

 

Presenters:

Crusius_Eric Headshot  Eric Crusius
  Partner
  Holland & Knight LLP

 Eric is an attorney focusing on a wide range of government contract matters, including bid protests, claims and disputes, compliance issues and sub-prime issues. He has successfully prosecuted and intervened in numerous bid protests before the COFC, GAO, boards of contract appeals and other agencies. He counsels clients regarding the Service Contract Act (SCA) and other labor issues, cybersecurity, export controls, subcontracting and teaming agreements, and compliance with the FAR and represents contractors in suspension and debarment proceedings, and in federal and state courts.



Mitchell BashurMitchell Bashur
Associate
Holland & Knight LLP

Mitchell Bashur is an attorney who focuses his practice on government contracts, including small and disadvantaged business issues, claims and disputes, domestic preference programs, as well as compliance issues.  Mitchell advises clients on eligibility for small and disadvantaged business programs, on the creation and maintenance of mentor/protégé relationships, as well as on compliance with FAR, SBA, and VA requirements.

 

NCMA Columbia Basin Chapter is supporting Kids Konnection Program through December 2018.  Kids Konnection is a program for kids who have close family members who are going through cancer treatment.  The goal of the program is to reduce the stress to children and parents during and after a diagnosis and to create a fun, safe environment for children to ask questions and learn more about cancer.

Tickets

$5.00 Member Price

$10.00 Non-Member Price