What Will the New Year Bring? Top Headlines, Headaches, and Legal Developments for Government Contractors to Watch in 2011
January 12, 2011
In 2010, government contractors witnessed a host of legal developments spurred by new transparency initiatives, a heightened emphasis on ethics and compliance, stepped-up enforcement actions, and an exploding bid protest docket. As we turn the page to 2011, there are many open questions swirling around for government contractors. What will the composition of the new Congress mean for your government business? Will the pendulum swing toward a new preference for in-sourcing? Where will DOJ and IGs be focusing their enforcement efforts? Will we see an end to GAO’s jurisdiction to hear task order protests? What do the new proposed DoD data rights regulations mean for protecting your intellectual property? Join Crowell & Moring’s government contracts attorneys for a special webinar that examines the answers to these questions and many more. Our international team of experts invites you to participate in a discussion of what we believe are likely to be many of the key issues facing contractors in 2011, including topics such as GSA Schedule, bid protests, the legislative and political climate, data rights, OFCCP, cost issues, DCAA, compliance & ethics, international, and small business.
On Wednesday, January 12, 2011, from 2:00 - 3:30 pm EST, we held our webinar, “What Will the New Year Bring? Top Headlines, Headaches, and Legal Developments to Watch in 2011.”
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