New Buy American Executive Order: Supply Chain, Compliance Policies, Waivers, Component Test, Price Preferences
A live 90-minute CLE video webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will address compliance with the Biden Buy American Executive Order and new waiver government contractors must seek for exemption. The panel will discuss what policies will replace the prior component test and the government's price preference requirements for future suppliers.
- Executive Order 14005 Ensuring the Future is Made in All of America by All of America's Workers
- Supply chain issues
- Made in America Office
- Component testing
- Price preferences
The panel will review these and other relevant topics, such as the impacts on:
- How the Made in America Office will evaluate waivers.
- Transparency and waiver approval under the Biden administration.
- The replacement of the component test.
- Increasing the price preference for domestic end products under the EO.
Michael E. Barnicle
Partner; Chair of the Government Contracts and International Trade Group
Mr. Barnicle provides a full range of litigation, compliance and corporate transactional services on virtually every... | Read More
Mr. Barnicle provides a full range of litigation, compliance and corporate transactional services on virtually every facet of government contracting and international trade including industrial security and cybersecurity matters. He represents federal government contractors relative to aerospace, national defense, homeland security, cybersecurity, information security, legislative affairs, foreign military sales and international trade matters. Mr. Barnicle assists clients throughout the U.S., Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. His experience includes assisting clients with all aspects of the Federal Acquisition Regulation, contract-related statutes and federal agency policies involving services and supplies vital to national defense and infrastructure. Mr. Barnicle handles complex, high stakes bid protests and contract appeals cases and also represents government contractors before federal agencies and various federal district courts throughout the country. Additionally, he oversees and implements various government contract compliance audits, systems and investigations. Federal government agencies routinely ask Mr. Barnicle to speak at internal government conferences regarding industry perspectives relative to various aspects of federal government contracting.Close
Covington & Burling
Mr. Wagner helps government contractors navigate high-stakes compliance and enforcement matters arising in the public... | Read More
Mr. Wagner helps government contractors navigate high-stakes compliance and enforcement matters arising in the public procurement context. In working with contractors across a range of industries, he regularly guides contractors through federal and state compliance and enforcement matters, including defending contractors in False Claims Act investigations and litigations brought by the Department of Justice and qui tam relators; conducting internal investigations of potential compliance issues; represents contractors in suspension and debarment proceedings before virtually every federal executive branch agency and in many state and municipal jurisdictions; and advises clients on best practices for managing supply chain security rules and requirements, including domestic preference requirements under the Buy American Act, Trade Agreements Act, and DoD Specialty Metals regulations.Close
Bass Berry & Sims
Ms. Yi represents businesses across a broad range of sectors as they move through the contracting process with federal,... | Read More
Ms. Yi represents businesses across a broad range of sectors as they move through the contracting process with federal, state and local governments, and when they engage in international transactions. She counsels public and private companies on day to day compliance challenges, and supports clients in responding to criminal and government investigations. Ms. Yi is a regular contributor to the firm’s Government Contracts & International Trade Blog, where she provides insight on the demanding and ever-changing regulatory environment.Close
Early Discount (through 06/18/21)
Cannot Attend July 13?
Early Discount (through 06/18/21)
You may pre-order a recording to listen at your convenience. Recordings are available 48 hours after the webinar. Strafford will process CLE credit for one person on each recording. All formats include program handouts.