GC- TEC Seminar on March 1- How Government Contractors Can Mitigate the Risk of Suspension and Debarment Through an Effective Ethics and Compliance Program
Don’t let suspension and debarment put an end to your government contracting opportunities.
Suspension and debarment are some of the most severe penalties that can be levied against government contractors. Once a contractor is suspended or debarred, that company will be ineligible on the GSA’s System for Award Management, and no primary contracts will be awarded. That’s pretty bleak news for any government contractor. The good news is that there are steps government contractors can take to minimize their risk of suspension and debarment. Join Robert Meunier, CEO of Debarment Solutions, LLC, as he presents and moderates a panel designed to help government contractors put measures into place to avoid suspension and debarment.
Tuesday, March 1, 2016 7:30 AM – 10:15 AM (EST)
The Tower Club Tysons Corner 8000 Towers Crescent Drive, #1700 Skyline Room Vienna, VA 22182
Attendees will learn:
- What suspension and debarment officials (SDOs) want to see when they examine a government contractor
- The red flags that a compliance audit can uncover and lead to suspension and debarment actions
- The impact of recent Congressional interest in more contract performance-based actions
- The Mandatory Disclosure Rule implications for government contractors What an effective ethics and compliance program looks like