A discussion of the Federal Acquisition Regulations and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement (FAR and DFARS) with a focus on Intellectual Property (IP) in Contract Negotiations with Prime Contractors and the Government. © 2013 Witten Law, Ltd.
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PNDC welcomes Jon DeMella and Kate Kennedy for this update on the Federal Acquisition Regulation System (FARS) and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) that sets out requirements for all U.S. Defense Agency contracts and many sub-contracts. Join us for a discussion on changes that are likely to impact your business in the coming year. In addition to the presentation, there will be time for your questions. SPEAKERS: Kate Kennedy, Associate, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP Kate Kennedy focuses her practice on government contract and construction claims. She represents contractors before the Court of Federal Claims, Boards of Contract Appeals, Government Accountability Office, Small Business Administration, and Office of Hearings and Appeals, as well as in state and federal bid protests. In addition to litigating claims, Kate regularly advises clients with regard to contract formation, administration and compliance issues, differing site conditions, delay claims, subcontracting, requests for equitable adjustment, contract termination, insourcing, and issues specific to Alaska small business concerns and Alaska Native Corporations. Jonathan A. DeMella, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP Jonathan DeMella focuses his practice on government contracts counseling and litigation, including performance disputes, bid protests before the GAO and FAA, size and status protests before the SBA, civil fraud under the False Claims Act, procurement ethics, mandatory disclosure, and compliance with SBA laws and regulations, including those specific to Alaska Native corporations. He also conducts complex internal investigations, corporate compliance reviews, and in-house training programs for clients across the United States.
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Are you DFARS Compliant? If you are a DoD Contractor, your company will need to comply with new DFARS regulations by December 2017. Our video will cover what these new DFARS regulations mean for your company. Aerstone's DFARS support services will assess, identify compliance gaps, and provide recommendations to help you and your team develop a plan of action. Click our short two minute video to learn more. https://aerstone.com/assess/dfars-assessments/
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The Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) is a supplement to the FAR that provides Department of Defense-specific acquisition regulations that DoD government acquisition officials and contractors doing business with DoD must follow in the procurement process for goods and services. This session will discuss the implications for meeting DFARS in the cloud and provide practical guidance on how DoD and defense contracting organizations can meet DFARS requirements using AWS GovCloud (US). The session will also feature a customer use case on addressing DFARS in AWS GovCloud (US).
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Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) flowdown requirements have always been a compliance challenge within the defense industry. However, a recent series of DFARS flowdowns have expanded the requirements, creating a need to perform supply chain due diligence into what your suppliers are actually providing you. In this video, Travis Miller of Assent Compliance reviews some of the most impactful DFARS flowdowns and what business functions will be most impacted by the associated due diligence requirements. This webinar will explore the following: DFARS 252.204-7012.ii.A: Requires IT support and vendors to gather evidence of supply chain compliance by December 31, 2017 DFARS 252.225-7009: Restricts the acquisition of certain articles containing specialty metals, requiring procurement and engineering to collaboratively seek and eliminate the use of certain materials DFARS 252.246-7007: Obligates contractors to vet and put into place counterfeit electronic part detection and avoidance systems that will require increased collaboration between your supply chain team and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) DFARS 252.222-7007: Obligates contractors to vet the labor practices deployed by their supply chains, which involves collaborative efforts between human resources and supply chains Understanding what DFARS flowdowns are impacting your business, and what your requirements are, is key to complying with this regulation and maintaining government defense contracts. Learn more about the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation in the Regulatory Resource Center here: http://www.assentcompliance.com/defense-federal-acquisition-regulation-supplement/ Learn how the Human Rights Module can help you comply with DFARS: http://www.assentcompliance.com/corporate-social-responsibility-suite-human-rights-module/ Experience our webinars live. Visit the Events page here: http://www.assentcompliance.com/events/
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This video is focused on helping businesses understand NIST 800-171 compliance requirements. It covers Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) 252.204-7012, Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 52.204-21 and NIST 800-171. This addresses a scoping methodology used by the PCI DSS Open Scoping Toolkit, as it can apply to NIST 800-171 since it has similarities. This is meant to be an educational guide and is not intended for businesses to take as personalized guidance on their unique legal obligations. We strongly recommend businesses seek out competent security professionals who can help them with their unique compliance needs. ComplianceForge.com offers several information security products that can help businesses get and stay compliance with cybersecurity requirements, like NIST 800-171. We offer NIST 800-53 based Written Information Security Program (WISP) documents, risk assessment templates and more.
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In this two-minute video, Ms. Vicki Michetti, Director of the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) Cyber Security (CIB CS) Program in the DoD Chief Information Office, explains the first steps small businesses need to take to comply with DoD's cybersecurity requirements. HELPFUL RESOURCES Resources that help small businesses comply with Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) Clause 252.204-7012, Safeguarding Covered Defense Information and Cyber Incident Reporting, are at https://business.defense.gov/Small-Business/Cybersecurity/. ABOUT US We are the Department of Defense (DoD) Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP). We maximize opportunities for small businesses to contribute to national security. LEARN MORE Web: business.defense.gov Twitter: twitter.com/BusinessDefense Facebook: www.facebook.com/BusinessDefense Blog: medium.com/@businessdefense
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DFARS (Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement) clause 252.204-7012 requires defense contractors to comply with specific cyber incident reporting and cybersecurity requirements described in NIST SP 800-171. Specifically, these standards specify the proper manner in which covered defense information (CDI) or controlled unclassified information (CUI) must be handled and protected.
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In this third part of our vlog series covering different aspects of cybersecurity rules that apply to federal government contracts, we discuss briefly the rules under the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) that apply to government contracts with Department of Defense (DoD) agencies. Those rules, which require defense contractors to implement the safeguarding requirements under NIST's SP 800-171 to their internal information systems by December 31, 2017, are made part of a DoD contract under DFARS clause 252.204-7012. With the implementation deadline now looming, in this edition of The GovCon Video Blog,™ we will discuss four things contractors should know those cybersecurity rules.
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On November 18, 2013, the Defense Acquisition Regulatory Council (DARC) issued its final ruling for Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) Subpart 204.73 and associated contract clause 252.204-7012, Safeguarding of Unclassified Controlled Technical Information. The new subpart presents a high level guide to actions that need to be undertaken by companies that contract or subcontract with the U.S. Government to protect Unclassified Controlled Technical Information in the course of executing the U.S. Government contracts. Attend this webinar to learn the compliance challenges that this DFARS rule creates for DoD contractors and subcontractors, hear proven Best Practices that can be implemented to foster compliance over the long term, and explore available specifications and guidelines for information labeling and handling that will ensure consistent enforcement of compliance rules across the enterprise. This webinar is suitable for Compliance professionals, and IT and Security architects.
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In 2016, the United States Department of Defense’s (DoD) budget allocated more than $100 billion for procurement. However, before the DoD can spend those billions of dollars, it must first ensure products meet specific compliance requirements under the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS). Assent’s Materials Management Subject Matter Expert, Valerie Kuntz, explores the DFARS requirements for products containing specialty metals, as defined within the regulation. You will learn: -What are specialty metals within the DFARS regulation -What rules and restrictions exist for specialty metals -What are the compliance requirements for certain products -How your company can meets its specialty metal compliance requirements -...and more! Companies with products containing specialty metals must be aware of, and understand, the DFARS requirements for these materials. Restrictions exist for where these metals may be melted and which countries are permitted to manufacture products containing these materials, among others. To learn more about the Assent specialty metals compliance solution visit our website here: http://www.assentcompliance.com/ethical-supply-chain-software/ Keep up to do on the latest news in compliance by visiting our blog: http://assentcompliance.com/blog/ To experience our webinars live, visit our Events page: http://www.assentcompliance.com/events/
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Leia Shilobod, CEO of Intech Solutions, Inc. speaks to local manufacturers about new CyberSecurity regulations. This webinar will provide a clear understanding of the path to compliance and the resources available to assist you. All contractors and subcontractors, regardless of size, who have contracts with the: Department of Defense (DoD), General Services Administration (GSA) and NASA contractors must meet the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) minimum cybersecurity standards (DFARS 252.204-7012 ) by December 31, 2017—or risk losing federal contracts. Penalties for non-compliance can be severe. Ensuring that your company complies with these requirements can be overwhelming. The DFARS 252.204-7012 regulation requires compliance with two key information security requirements. The first requirement is Adequate Security which is met by compliance with 14 network security components outlined in NIST SP 800-171. The second requirement is Incident Reporting which requires contractors to report all cyber incidents that may have affected “covered defense information” (CDI) within 72 hours of discovery. Incidents must be reported to the DoD through the DIBNet portal, as well as to the prime contractor or the next higher-tier subcontractor. Contractors must also adhere to DoD regulations regarding investigating, preserving and submitting information about the breach.
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In the evolving regulatory landscape, insight into upcoming changes is invaluable. Companies that know what to expect in 2018 will be able to prepare in advance of any changes, find efficient solutions and avoid the last-minute scramble to respond to new requirements. In this webinar, join Assent’s General Counsel, Travis Miller, as he dives into anticipated changes in 2018. In this webinar, you will learn about upcoming trends related to: - Proposition 65 - IPC-1754 - The Defense Supplement to the U.S. Federal Acquisition - - Regulation - The Social Responsibility Alliance - European Union Conflict Mineral Regulation - RoHS Phthalates - REACH deadlines - EU Non-Financial Reporting disclosures - Cyber security audits - EU GDPR Each of these regulations and standards is anticipated to have a significant impact on companies in 2018. Get ahead of these and prepare for compliance in the New Year.
Views: 476 Assent Compliance
The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and its defense supplement (DFARS) establish procurement requirements for federal contractors and subcontractors. As a result of recent changes to DFARS flow-down requirements, contractors and subcontractors must re-evaluate how they implement their compliance programs for the Department of Defense (DoD). Travis Miller, Assent’s General Counsel, explains these flow-down requirements and how contractors must respond if they wish to retain their DoD contracts. In this webinar, you will learn: - An overview of recent changes to DFARS flow-down requirements - Emerging trends that are driving DFARS - Best practices for managing compliance requirements embedded in flow-downs - And more! Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about your requirements under DFARS flow-downs from an expert in the field.
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United States Department of Defense (DoD) prime contractors must undertake steps to ensure the databases and systems they use to support the DoD are secure. A critical portion of that obligation is for covered contractor information systems that are not part of an IT service or system operated on behalf of the U.S. government, to meet the security requirements in National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication (SP) 800-171, “Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information in Nonfederal Information Systems and Organizations,” at the time the solicitation is issued or as authorized by the Contracting Officer. To remain compliant with this Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) flow-down, contractors must survey and validate that suppliers offering these covered contractor information systems are NIST compliant by no later than December 31, 2017. In this video, Assent Compliance’s General Counsel, Travis Miller, discusses this flow-down and demonstrates how Assent is supporting its customers in meeting these requirements. In this video, you will learn: - What are NIST SP 800-171 requirements - How are companies affected by this DFARS flow-down - How Assent helps companies meet their obligations - And more! Learn more about NIST SP 800-171: https://www.assentcompliance.com/nist-sp-800-171/ For more information on the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), click here: https://www.assentcompliance.com/defense-federal-acquisition-regulation-supplement/ The Vendor Risk Module helps you comply with DFARS and NIST Requirements. Learn more: https://www.assentcompliance.com/vendor-management-suite-vendor-risk-module/
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https://www.csiac.org/podcast/meeting-dfars-controlled-cui-compliance/ Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) established guidelines that required all government contractors to establish a program to protect Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). All federal contractors were required to meet DFARS minimum security standards by December 31, 2017 or risk losing their DoD contracts. The CSIAC webinar that was previously presented earlier in the year detailed the steps to become compliant including following the National Institute of Standards (NIST) procedures for Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information in Nonfederal Systems, and Organizations, Special Publication 800-171. This webinar follow-up podcast is a discussion with the presenter, Kevin Joyce, to provide some more insight on the DFARS security standards, protecting CUI, and answer some popular questions on the topic.
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Here is a short snippet giving a breakdown of what Bruce and Marcia covered in their "Are you DFARS Compliant?" webinar. DFARS: Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement. If you are interested in the topic? Check out the full webinar. Any questions? Don't hesitate to reach out to our compliance experts and Peters & Associates at [email protected]
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https://www.csiac.org/podcast/meeting-dfars-controlled-unclassified-information-cui/ Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) established guidelines that required all government contractors to establish a program to protect Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). All federal contractors were required to meet DFARS minimum security standards by December 31, 2017 or risk losing their DoD contracts. This webinar will detail the steps to become compliant including following the National Institute of Standards (NIST) procedures for Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information in Nonfederal Systems, and Organizations, Special Publication 800-171. Although the deadline is past, many companies still have much work to do to be fully compliant. This webinar will walk through the background of CUI, what organizations have done to become compliant, and outline where the CUI program is headed. Discuss and ask questions about this topic in the Knowledge Management group forum: https://www.csiac.org/forum/groups-forums/knowledge-management-information-sharing/protecting-controlled-unclassified-information/ Watch the previous CSIAC webinar on Protecting CUI in Nonfederal Systems and Organizations: https://www.csiac.org/podcast/protecting-controlled-unclassified-information-cui-in-nonfederal-systems-and-organizations/ Watch the first webinar on Protecting CUI: https://www.csiac.org/podcast/protecting-controlled-unclassified-information-in-nonfederal-information-systems-and-organizations/
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DFARS: Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement The Department of Defense recently revamped its regulations concerning unclassified information. Controlled Unclassified Information is a new term that encompasses past classifications such as Sensitive But Unclassified, For Official Use Only, Law Enforcement Sensitive. Watch Bruce Ward and Marcia McMahon as they take you through the basics of this new regulation. visit https://www.peters.com for more information
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If your company conducts business with the Federal Government then you need to watch this video to ensure that you get paid on time. Think Systems CIO, Ed Mullin explains how the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement can hold up payment on completed Work.
Views: 45 Think Systems Inc. Project Managment
ComplianceForge is an industry leader in the cybersecurity documentation industry with a focus is on Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC). ComplianceForge is a Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB) that has been crafting leading-edge cybersecurity documentation since 2005. Our unique solutions help companies document their cybersecurity governance programs to comply with requirements such as NIST 800-171, DFARS, FAR, GDPR, HIPAA and PCI DSS. ComplianceForge customers include many Fortune 500 companies within the aerospace, defense, financial and manufacturing industries. There is no such thing a ‘bronze, silver or gold’ level of compliance, since a standard is a standard for a reason. That is the premise we follow in developing our documentation products to help our customers have the needed evidence of due care and due diligence for their compliance needs. This compliance-focused approach to cybersecurity documentation also means their solutions can scale for any sized business, since it is focused on leading industry practices. As evidence of their products’ ability to scale, their clients range from the Fortune 500 down to small businesses. This has led to the inside joke within the company that ComplianceForge is “‘corporate America’s dirty little secret,” since well-known brands use our products. If you need cybersecurity policies, standards, procedures or other cybersecurity documentation for Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) 252.204-7012, Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 52.204-21, NIST 800-171, NIST 800-53, FINRA, HIPAA, GLBA, Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), DoD Information Assurance Risk Management Framework (DIARMF), National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM), New York Department of Financial Services (NY DFS) 23 NYCRR 500, or others, please visit us at https://www.complianceforge.com. We have documentation that can help you become and stay compliant with cybersecurity requirements.
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We all experience pain in our lives, but can the cure be worse than the condition? In this seminar, Harvard Medical School experts explore the science of pain, the realities of prescription drug dependence and new discoveries and treatments that may lead to better, safer pain management. Like Harvard Medical School on Facebook: https://goo.gl/4dwXyZ Follow on Twitter: https://goo.gl/GbrmQM Follow on Instagram: https://goo.gl/s1w4up Follow on LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/04vRgY Website: https://hms.harvard.edu/
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To learn more about this webcast please visit our website: https://www.theknowledgegroup.org/webcasts/legal/privacy-law/dods-cybersecurity-initiative Explore and Gain UNLIMITED Access to the Entire Knowledge Group Library and Enjoy Over 2000+ Online Courses with LIVE & RECORDED Event Materials by clinking this link: https://www.theknowledgegroup.org/unlimited-subscription Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) Clause 252.204-7012, Safeguarding Covered Defense Information and Cyber Incident Reporting, requires contractors to provide “adequate security” for covered defense information that is processed, stored, or transmitted on the contractor’s internal information system or network. To do so, the clause requires contractors to, at a minimum, implement National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication (SP) 800-171, “Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information in Nonfederal Information Systems and Organizations,” not later than December 31, 2017. The clause also requires defense contractors to report to DoD cyber incidents that affect covered defense information or the contractor’s ability to provide operationally critical support; to submit malicious software associated with the cyber incident; to facilitate damage assessment processes; and to flow down the clause to subcontractors when the contract performance will involve covered defense information or operationally critical support. For more information about the DFARS Clause 252.204-7012, including all related regulations, policy, frequently asked questions, and resources, review the Cybersecurity tab at http://dodprocurementtoolbox.com/ A complementary effort is DoD’s Defense Industrial Base (DIB) Cybersecurity (CS) Program. The DIB CS Program is a voluntary public-private cybersecurity information sharing program in which DoD and DIB CS participants share cyber threat information, identify vulnerabilities, and improve network defense. Both of these activities are part of DoD’s multipronged approach (mandatory and voluntary) to safeguarding DoD information on unclassified DIB networks. For more information about the DIB CS Program, see dibnet.dod.mil In this LIVE Webcast, a panel of distinguished professionals and thought leaders will discuss the important features of DFARS clause 252.204-7012 and DoD’s voluntary DIB Cybersecurity Program. Key topics include: DFARS Clause 252.204-7012 Requirements Covered Defense Information Covered Information System Safeguarding Requirements Reporting Obligations Damage Assessment Subcontractor Flowdown Contractor Compliance Relationship to other Cybersecurity Requirements DFARS Clause 252.239-7010 FedRAMP NISPOM conforming change 2 DoD Instruction 5000.02 (Enclosure 14)(Internal requirements for DoD programs) Voluntary DIB Cybersecurity Program Eligibility Requirements Benefits and Value
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This video describes the process of achieving compliance with the cybersecurity DFARS 252.204-7012 and NIST 800-171 and remaining in compliance thereafter. The topics covered in this briefing are: the components of cybersecurity, the assessment-compliance process, and maintaining your compliance as well as managing your supply chain's compliance. It is critically important for all government contractors to implement a cybersecurity program, and it is a positive accomplishment for other companies and organizations that implement such a program not because it is mandated in the government procurement regulation but because it is the right thing to do in this day of information age transformation. This video is meant to be informative and education and NOT a product pitch. http://www.i2compliancetools.com/ What is the process to comply with NIST 800-171? What does it take to comply with NIST 800-171? What does it take to comply with DFARS 252.204-7012? How to comply with NIST 800-171? Who must comply with DFARS 252.204-7012? Where can I get pay as you go cyber compliance support? --The Imprimis, Inc. Cyber Compliance Center. Learn more: http://www.imprimis-inc.com/cyber-compliance-center/overview
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The Federal Acquisition Institute's August ALS provides real-world experience to help avoid contract protests. See some tips from our August 2014 ALS now.
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Tom Tagle of Baker Tilly and Warren Linscott of Deltek discuss the proposed changes to the DFARS contractor business systems compliance rules and what the impact will have on contractors from both an effort and expense perspective. Want to hear more on this topic? Watch the Virtual Round Table discussion featuring Baker Tilly and other industry experts at http://bit.ly/1BSahA6.
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Part 4 of 6 - BPA Video Series; this video focuses on how to establish a BPA, how to handle the competition as well as Brand Name BPAs, and the evaluation and rationale criteria. More info at http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/199353
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Agency Updates; Vaccine safety update - no association with primary ovarian insufficiency; Background - Expanded age indication for 9vHPV GRADE; Impact and economic analyses; Recommendation options Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/videos/low-res/ACIPOct2018/Updates-HPV_LowRes.mp4
Douglas Packard, DISA procurement services executive, speaks about agency contracting and acquisition opportunities for fiscal year 2018 and 2019 at the DISA Forecast to Industry on Nov. 6, 2017. For more information, visit the DISA Forecast to Industry 2017 event page: http://www.disa.mil/NewsandEvents/Events/Forecast-to-Industry-2017.
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Frank Beatty, Senior Director of Compliance, Engility, Bill Keating, Managing Director, Government Contracting Advisory Practice, BDO, and Anirudh Kulkarni, CEO, Customer Value Partners weigh in on Government regulations and it's potential consequences on competition in the federal marketplace and the taxpayer. Guests share their insights on increasing scrutiny on contractors, executive compensation limits, DCAA audits, and improvements that can be made to the process.
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Click on the time to jump to that section of the meeting. 00:05:28 AM Opening Remarks Auditorium Nancy Bates, Designated Federal Officer 00:17:28 AM Chair Remarks Ditas Katague, Chair, National Advisory Committee 00:38:44 AM Executive Remarks Enrique Lamas, Associate Director for Demographic Programs, Performing the Non-Exclusive Functions and Duties of the Deputy Director 01:14:33 AM Update on the 2020 Census Presenter: Albert E. Fontenot Jr., Associate Director, Decennial Census Programs Directorate 01:49:00 NAC Discussant Arturo Vargas -- Committee Discussion 02:35:16 *BREAK* 02:49:33 AM Update on Language Services Operation Presenter: Jennifer Kim, Decennial Census Management Division Committee Discussion NAC Discussant John Yang -- Committee Discussion 03:42:37 *WORKING LUNCH* 04:05:46 Demonstration on Recruiting and Assessment Presenter: Viola Lewis Willis, Decennial Contracts Execution Office NAC Discussant Thomas A. Saenz -- Committee Discussion 05:15:52 Cyber Security in the 2020 Census Presenter: Kevin Smith, Associate Director for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer Committee Discussion 06:00:30 *BREAK* 06:00:57 NAC Members Photo 06:27:43 Update on Integrated Partnership and Communications Program Presenters: Maria Olmedo-Malagon, Decennial Communications and Kendall Johnson, 2020 Census Program Management Office 06:50:55 NAC Discussant Meghan Maury -- Committee Discussion 07:16:10 NAC Committee Discussion and Formulation of Recommendations Moderators: Ditas Katague, Chair and Carol Gore, Vice Chair, National Advisory Committee 08:26:07 Meeting Adjourned Nancy Bates, Designated Federal Officer
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In this last video of the series we’ll cover a number of topics including determining price reasonableness, Small Business in Schedule Orders, sustainable acquisition and DoD requirements for using schedules.
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PHMSA held a Hazardous Materials Safety Research and Development Forum on May 16 and 17, 2018, in Washington, D.C., to present the results of recently completed projects, solicit stakeholder input on plans for future projects, and discuss research gaps associated with topics of interest such as energetic materials characterization and transport, safe transport of energy products (STEP), and safe packaging and transportation of charge storage devices.
Charles Murray, author of “The Pursuit of Happiness,” is a former Peace Corps volunteer and social scientist. Murray is appalled by the effects of welfare programs and states how government has changed low income neighborhoods to low class neighborhoods. He predicts a major crisis in the inner cities. ©1987/58 min. Check out our Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/FreeToChooseNetwork Visit our media website to find other programs here: http://freetochoosemedia.org/index.php Connect with us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/FreeToChooseNet Learn more about our company here: http://freetochoosenetwork.org Shop for related products here: http://www.freetochoose.net Stream from FreeToChoose.TV here: http://freetochoose.tv
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In this 2nd of 4 parts in the Administration for Native Americans' "Project Implementation Series," the Pacific Region T/TA Center will help you de-mystify the dense language in the financial regulations and cost principles of the Department of Health and Human Services. Whether you're a new or current ANA grantee OR a passionate future-applicant looking forward to a big Federal grant, our expert Federalese translator and Technical Assistance Specialist Susan White will help you cut through the jargon and equip you with the financial vocabulary to wrangle and tame a grant award of any size.
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Showing young females that the sky’s the limit with drone technology, hear from an international panel of the industry’s leading ladies as they share their inspiring stories of a career in STEM. The event provided an open forum for students to ask questions of the panel and discuss their thoughts on the future of drone technology.
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