October 24, 2013 - 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET

WMACCA Government Contractors Forum: Ready, Fire, Aim — What Should Contractors Do When the Government Doesn't Consistently Hit the OCI Target

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Venable's Tysons Corner Office or via Webcast
8010 Towers Crescent Drive Suite 300
Tysons Corner, VA 22182

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We live in an environment of seemingly more, but not better, scrutiny by Federal agencies.  The challenges contractors encounter in keeping up with the uncertainty surrounding the Government’s position on Organizational Conflicts of Interest (OCI) continues to intensify.  Unfortunately, the Government can’t seem to get it straight.  So what should contractors do? 

This program will focus on the principal ways in which contractors should prepare and respond to OCI challenges.  Please join us on October 24th for a lively panel discussion addressing current OCI issues, including significant OCI issues in bid protests, how OCI considerations affect corporate reorganizations and acquisitions, and what, if anything, can be done to avoid False Claims Act allegations for OCIs.

Scott Hommer 
Co-Chair, Government Contracts Practice Group
Venable LLP

James S. Kennell
Senior Vice President & General Counsel, National Security Sector

Rebecca E. Pearson
Government Contracts Practice Group
Venable LLP

James Y. Boland
Government Contracts Practice Group
Venable LLP

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