“DoD debriefings and subsequent protests — when does the clock start to tick?” appeared April 8, 2020 in Westlaw. In this Procurement Playbook blog, Meghan Douris discusses a recent Federal Circuit decision clarifying timely protest deadlines under the Defense Department’s enhanced debriefing process. Read the full article here.
Join Howard Roth at Alliance NW on March 11th as he gives an update on the new administration’s contracting policies and how contactors may be affected. In this presentation you will hear the certain changes that have and will occur in the early months of the Biden Administration, especially in: […]
Jim Nagle will be the keynote speaker at the Department of Defense Office of Small Business Pacific Northwest Regional Council (PNRC) meeting on Wednesday, March 24th. The PNRC is one of seven councils located geographically across the United States and consists of the following states: Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana […]
Free webinar Mar. 25. Getting Paid on Government Contracts: Fresh Strategies on Requests for Equitable Adjustments (REAs) & Claims
Join Oles Morrison Partners Howard Roth and Meghan Douris on March 25th as they present “Getting Paid on Government Contracts: Fresh Strategies on Requests for Equitable Adjustments (REAs) & Claims.” REAs and Contract Disputes Act (CDA) Claims share many key similarities, but important differences. This webinar will focus on recent […]
In case you missed the webinar, President Biden’s New Direction for Government Contracting, you can access the slides here. Watch the entire webinar: About this webinar: Whenever a new administration comes in, especially if it is of a different political party, new contracting directions and emphasis will occur. Which of […]
Whenever a new administration comes in, especially if it is of a different political party, new contracting directions and emphasis will occur. Which of the Trump administration contracting policies will remain, be strengthened, or eliminated by the Biden Administration, and what will replace them?
This fourth annual seminar, co-hosted by PNDC, AGC of WA, Washington PTAC, and Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker LLP, is designed to help navigate the rough seas of doing business with the federal government in the “new normal.” To register for this two half-day virtual seminar, please click here.
Save the Date October 21-22: Navigating Federal Government Contracts Northwest 2020 will be held virtually
Save the Date: Navigating Federal Government Contracts Northwest 2020 will be held virtually over (2) half-days, October 21-22. This fourth annual seminar, co-hosted by AGC of WA, Washington PTAC, Pacific Northwest Defense Coalition and Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker LLP, is designed to help you navigate the rough seas of doing business with the federal government in the “new normal.” Join nationally recognized practitioners who will cover topics relevant to government contractors across all industries.
As this is a fast moving topic, please note that this article is current as at 03/30/20. On Friday March 27, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The Act includes a lifeline for small businesses fighting to keep workers on the payroll during the […]
In case you missed Thursday’s webinar on the Defense Production Act, you can view the presentation in it’s entirety here. Adam Lasky’s slides can be found here. The Defense Production Act (DPA) provides the federal government a means to prioritize and/or allocate critical materials, equipment and services in the private […]
The Defense Production Act (DPA) provides the federal government a means to prioritize and/or allocate critical materials, equipment and services in the private market in the interest of national defense. The power is generally exercised through the issuance of rated orders to government contractors, which come with significant additional compliance […]
The novel corona virus, COVID-19, is continuing to spread across the United States and the federal government’s response to the virus is still developing. The global spread of COVID-19 may have a significant impact on government contractors—contract schedule and performance may be impacted by a myriad of circumstances including a strain on the supply chain, closures of military bases or other federally operated locations, and workforce reductions from those who are sick or quarantined. In this uncertain time, government contractors should prepare for the potential impacts that COVID-19 may have on their current federal contracts.
Please join us for an evening of networking and refreshments hosted by Oles Morrison Rinker Baker LLP and the Pacific Northwest Defense Coalition (PNDC). This is a great opportunity for you to engage with PNDC Members and other businesses in the defense and security industry. This event has moved to […]
James Nagle and Howard Roth to Present “Contract Compliance” at the NCMA Columbia Basin National Education Seminar
On February 13th, James Nagle and Howard Roth will present a full day educational seminar on “Contract Compliance” at Columbia Basin NCMA’s National Education Seminar.
To help you navigate the rough seas of doing business with the federal government in the Trump administration, Washington PTAC, Pacific Northwest Defense Coalition, AGC of Washington, and the Government Contracts team at Oles Morrison have assembled a group of nationally recognized government contracts professionals for a seminar covering topics relevant to government contractors across […]