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FREE WEBINAR: NAVIGATING THE QUALITY AND COUNTERFEIT ELECTRONIC PARTS IN THE NEW FAR AND DFARS RULES
From Requirements to Implementation
Counterfeit Electronic Parts has cost industry and government billions of dollars per year. This proliferation of Counterfeit Electronic Parts reached the defense supply chain to the point where on December 31, 2011, President Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2012 and section 818 required all DoD contractors and subcontractors to obtain OEM parts from authorized dealers or trusted suppliers that obtain parts from OEMs.  

The NDAA for Fiscal Year 2013, Section 822 addresses special allowability requirements for the costs and corrective actions related to counterfeit electronic parts. Listen in on this timely discussion on the new FAR and DFARS rules on higher-level quality requirements and counterfeit electronic parts.


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Dean Vanek of the law firm GCL Group and Steven Tibbets with CA Technologies will discuss and analyze the new FAR rule requiring contracting officers to identify higher-level quality requirements in solicitations and contracts that procure complex and critical items, and the new requirements this final rule imposes on contractors at any tier.  In addition, they will discuss and analyze the recent DFARs final rule on counterfeit electronic parts comparing the DFARS rule to the longstanding rules and principles relating to nonconforming items.

This discussion will highlight the DFARs rule's applicability to contractors and the new system contractors must implement to detect and avoid the introduction of counterfeit electronic parts into the supply stream. 

Finally, the panelists will briefly discuss the FAR Proposed Rule on the expanding reporting requirements for nonconforming items and what this rule may mean to contractors if it becomes final.
Speakers from GCL Group, Chartered
 




GCL Group, Chartered, is a Chicago-based law practice is dedicated to government contracting and grants, export control, anti-corruption compliance activities and cross border transactions. 

Dean P. Vanek is a Principal of GCL Group, Chartered. Dean has over 20 years of experience representing clients in government contracts, grants, anti-corruption compliance, export control and cross border transactions. Dean’s practice focuses on advising clients regarding compliance under the Federal Acquisition Regulations, the Defense FAR Supplement, GSA Acquisition Manual and a host of other Agency supplements, procurement regulations and statutes.
Speakers from CA Technologies, Inc.





CA Technologies
offers IT management software and solutions for all of your business needs. 

Steven Tibbets serves as Counsel at CA Technologies, primarily supporting the company’s public sector business.  Steve specializes in delivering practical and efficient approaches to achieve legal compliance and resolve disputes relating to government contracts.
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