Complimentary Webinar January 12 at 1:00 p.m. EST
compliance: 2015 CHANGES & OBSTACLES
WHAT TO EXPECT IN 2016
-- What major compliance changes and obstacles contractors faced in 2015
-- How professional service schedule contracts are handled
-- How the GSA now monitors compliance with a number of schedule contract requirements
-- What 2016 is likely to bring in the way of compliance
A new year brings new opportunities and new challenges. The coming year, 2016, is no different. It is the Year of the Monkey and government contractors should not monkey around with their compliance challenges. In this webinar, an experienced government contracts attorney and government contracts consultant will cover the major compliance changes and obstacles contractors faced in 2015, including continued supply chain, counterfeit parts, and anti-human trafficking requirements.
The presenters will also cover the monumental shift in how professional services schedule contracts are handled and how GSA now monitors compliance with a number of schedule contract requirements.
The presenters will then look ahead and give their opinions on what changes 2016 is likely to bring in the way of compliance.
Limited to the first 500 Registrants. This program is not available for CLE, CPE, CLP or other credits as a live program.
|GUNJAN TALATI, PARTNER
is a Partner at Thompson Hine. Gunjan, an experienced government contracts practitioner, regularly represents contractors in a variety of sectors including aerospace and defense, health care and IT. His practice is a mix of counseling, litigation and transactional work.
Gunjan’s litigation work includes representing contractors in suspension and debarment proceedings. As part of his practice, he has helped contractors of all sizes through contentious suspension and debarment proceedings before multiple agencies including the U.S. Air Force, General Services Administration, U.S. Army and U.S. Agency for International Development. He was recognized in 2014 by the National Law Journal’s Legal Times as a 40 under 40 D.C. Rising Star for his suspension and debarment successes. His litigation practice also focuses on bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and Court of Federal Claims.
-- The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law, J.D., 2006; Catholic University Law Review, Editorial Assistant, 2005-2006, Staff Member, 2004-2005
-- Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S., 2003, with honors