To protect the U.S. industrial base, among other reasons, companies that sell goods to the U.S. government are required to comply with domestic source restrictions that dictate the percentage of domestic content and have the potential to impact design, sourcing, and manufacturing decisions. In many respects, these restrictions are out of step with the decades-long trend toward globalization of commercial supply chains.
Recent developments related to the Buy American Act continue to tighten these restrictions and have the potential to cause a further divergence between commercial and government production, reversing the push toward commercial contracting and eliminating the associated efficiencies and cost-savings to U.S. taxpayers.
Please join us for this timely webinar where the government contracts attorneys at Bass, Berry & Sims will discuss the current state of affairs, including the following:
- Overview of the Buy American Act.
- Implementation and impact of EO 13881’s changes to the Buy American Act.
- President Biden’s EO on “Ensuring the Future is Made in All of America by All of America’s Workers.”
- Takeaways for government contractors.
Please join us Wednesday, March 24 from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. CT | 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET for this informative discussion. To register, please click here.
Who Should Attend
- General counsel and other in-house legal personnel.
- Chief compliance officers.
- Risk managers.
- Internal auditors.
- DoD contractors and subcontractors.
- Private equity professionals.
- Management professionals.
- Technology officers.
- Supply chain/logistics managers.
- Other in-house legal and compliance personnel of government contractors, financial institutions, aerospace firms, and manufacturers.
This program is approved for one hour General Tennessee CLE credit. Please provide your BPR number upon registration in order for Bass, Berry & Sims to report your participation to the Tennessee CLE Commission following the conference.
Other State CLE
Bass, Berry & Sims does not seek direct accreditation from states outside of Tennessee, but some states allow attorneys to earn credit through reciprocity or self-submission. Certificates of completion and other common supporting documents will be provided for use in jurisdictions outside of Tennessee.
Submit your questions for presenters upon registration or email questions to Claire Krummenacher.