FY2011 / 2012 Budget Cuts: What Should Contractors Expect?
(Lessons Learned from Previous Economic Downturns)
Economic downturns and budget cutbacks are not new in Government Contracts. While the FY2011 and FY2012 budget cutbacks are and will be the steepest in decades, what the government will do as a result of these cutbacks doesn't need to be a surprise.
Join us for a breakfast overview of what contractors should expect and how to survive the tidal wave of budget cuts. Topics covered by Taft partner Barbara Duncombe will include:
- Terminations for Convenience for programs losing funding - knowing what you are/are not entitled to be paid
- Protests, since fewer procurements will initially generate more protests - knowing when it makes sense to protest, whether or not you can protest, where to protest and what are winnable issues
- Claims/appeals for contract changes when the agency wants the work but no longer has funding - knowing where and how to pursue them and understanding the "judgment fund"
Who should attend: Anyone who works with or receives federal funding in the form of prime contracts, subcontracts, grants or loans.
Cost to attend: The cost to attend is $35, or $25 for government employees. Checks should be made payable to “Taft” and should be submitted the morning of the seminar.
Registration: Please click on the link above to register for the program.
Questions? Contact Jennifer Mixson at 513.357.9480 or email@example.com.