Jim Nagle to present the keynote presentation at the 2018 Alliance Northwest
Mon Mar 12, 2018
Oles Morrison attorney, Jim Nagle, has been tapped to give the keynote presentation at the Alliance Northwest 2018 Conference on March 15. Jim’s keynote, “Contracting in the age of Trump,” will cover President Trump’s impact on the regulatory process, the Buy American act, the role of contractors in fulfilling the work of the executive branch, and how budgetary priorities sets an array of challenges and opportunities for everyone involved in the contracting process. Any new administration, especially one of a different political party than its predecessor, involves different priorities and often total reversals from the previous president’s. The Trump administration is no exception but its impact on procurement both what is being purchased and the process is monumental.
The Alliance NW Conference is the premier government contracting event in the northwest, bringing together prime contractors, government agencies and small businesses for a full day of relationship building and educational opportunities.
A nationally recognized attorney and thought leader in government contract law, Jim Nagle is sought after for his valuable counsel as consultant, expert witness or arbitrator/mediator by the government and its federal contractors. He has unrivaled experience working on supply, services, international, major systems and construction contracts. Throughout his distinguished career, Jim has represented owners, contractors, subcontractors, sureties, architects, engineers and all parties in the contracting process. Prior to joining the firm, he served as chief of the Logistics and Contract Law Branch of the Department of the Army staff and as a trial team chief in the Army’s Contract Appeals Division.
Jim is committed to sharing his extensive knowledge of government contract law to advance the next generation of attorneys. He is the author of seven books on federal contracting and more than 100 articles that have appeared in publications such as Public Contract Law Journal, Military Law Review, National Contract Management Association (NCMA) Journal, and Contract Management. Jim is a coveted lecturer on federal government contracts and construction law. He regularly teaches a course on Government Contract Law for Educational Services Institute on behalf of George Washington University and has taught Government Contracts for the University of Washington and Seattle University.