OOPS (Ounce of Prevention Seminar) 2016
May 25-26, 2016
Starts: 8:00 AM (EST) on May 25
Ends: 12:00 PM (EST) on May 26
Site: Renaissance Washington DC
999 9th St NW, Washington, DC 20001
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Click below to view individual presentation materials:
- Driving Change in Today’s Contracting Environment
Moderator: Angela B. Styles; Presenters: Robert A. Burton and Roger Waldron
- "Oh, and Do This, Too" – Executive Actions Impose Ever-Expanding Labor-Related Burdens on Contractors
Moderator: Kris D. Meade; Presenters: Trina Fairley Barlow, Rebecca L. Springer, and Jason M. Crawford
- Thinking Strategically About Bid Protests: Frequently Overlooked Considerations
Moderator: Amy Laderberg O'Sullivan; Presenters: Thomas P. Humphrey, James G. Peyster, Olivia Lynch, and Robert J. Sneckenberg
- Regulating Information: Cybersecurity, Internet of Things, and Exploding Rules
Moderator: David Z. Bodenheimer. Panelists: Evan D. Wolff and Kate M. Growley
- False Claims Act Trends and Emerging Issues
Moderator: Robert T. Rhoad; Presenters: Brian T. McLaughlin, Mana Elihu Lombardo, Judy Choi and Agustin Orozco
- Investigations – Part I: Figuring out the Facts
Moderator: Peter Eyre; Panelists: David J. Ginsberg, Philip T. Inglima, Gail D. Zirkelbach, and Jacinta Alves
- Investigations – Part II: Interacting with Regulators
Moderator: David B. Robbins; Panelists: Kelly T. Currie, David C. Hammond, Brian Persico, and Maria Swaby
- International Issues in Government Contracting
Moderator: Adelicia R. Cliffe; Panelists: Carlton Greene and M. Yuan Zhou
- Perspectives from In-House Counsel
Moderator: Daniel R. Forman; Panelists: Greg Huffman, Sarah Lynn, Michele St. Mary, and Zachary Stewart
- The Changing Landscape of Government Intellectual Property
Moderator: John E. McCarthy Jr.; Panelists: Jonathan M. Baker and Joelle Sires
- The Challenges of Commercial Item Contracting
Moderator: Lorraine M. Campos; Panelists: J. Chris Haile, Christopher Monahan, and Nkechi Kanu
- Contracting in the Dark World: Special Considerations for Classified Contracting
Moderator: Karen C. Hermann; Panelists: Mark Ries and Michelle Sutphin
- Cost and Accounting – Items at the Top of the Ledger
Moderator: Terry L. Albertson; Panelists: Robert A. Burton, Stephen J. McBrady, and Skye Mathieson
As the rules applicable to government contractors continue to grow more complex and onerous through new statutory provisions, executive orders, and regulations, contractors increasingly find themselves the subject of intense scrutiny on multiple fronts: from Congress, agency auditors and inspectors general, contracting officers, competitors, and taxpayers. Under the magnifying glass, contractors have to ensure they are meeting best practices and benchmarking against others in their industry, while adapting their compliance programs to address the changing landscape, all within limited budgets and pressures to control costs. These challenges, and the high stakes associated with any shortcomings, require contractors and their outside advisors to be nimble, using resources wisely to maximize knowledge and minimize risk.
Join us as our government contracts, labor and employment, corporate, and litigation practitioners help you to prepare for the close scrutiny and understand relatively new areas of regulation and risk, including new labor and employment reporting and disclosure requirements and agency assessments of supply chain and cyber security. Our subject matter experts will provide the most up-to-date guidance on how to navigate traditionally challenging areas for contractors, such as the protection of intellectual property and data rights, classified contracting, and cost accounting. Litigation practitioners will provide insight into trends and hot button issues related to bid protests and False Claims Act actions as well as recovery opportunities for government contractors. And, in light of the aggressive enforcement environment, we will dissect the anatomy of an investigation, from the initial development of the key facts to the nuances when interacting with the Government to achieve the best possible outcome.
This year, we are pleased to offer two dates and locations – OOPS in D.C., and a condensed, part-day session that is uniquely tailored for a West Coast (WOOPS)
audience in L.A. The D.C. session will feature panel commentary from several guest speakers, including Roger Waldron from the Coalition for Government Procurement on Driving Change in Today’s Contracting Environment, and several Government speakers sharing insight on interacting with regulators in connection with investigations, including senior representatives from an office of inspector general and a suspension and debarment office.
Seating is limited.
OOPS and West Coast OOPS are intended for government contractors only. Please no government personnel or private attorneys.
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