Suspension & Debarment in Government Contracting

Presented by Kara M. Sacilotto

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Course Description

Length: 1h 7min    Published: 7/7/2015    
In an effort to protect the federal government from waste, fraud, and abuse, suspension and debarment of government contractors has become more common in recent years. This program covers the key issues involved in suspension and debarment actions, including the basic rules, trends, operation under the Procurement Rules of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), judicial review, administrative agreements, mitigating factors, and other available remedies. The presenter wraps up by giving a number of valuable practitioner pointers gleaned from years of counseling clients through suspension and debarment actions.

Learning Objectives
* Review the basic rules of suspension and debarment actions
* Learn about the operation of these actions under the Procurement Rules of the Federal Acquisition Regulation
* Understand the mitigation factors and available remedies for these actions

Speaker Q&A

Presented By:

Kara M. Sacilotto

Washington, DC

202.719.7107

ksacilotto@wileyrein.com

Featured Reviews

"I thought that the instructor was clearly very knowledgeable and experienced in this field and regularly practices in this area."

   Gregory C

"Excellent summary of the current suspension and debarment environment, the implications of S&D and tips to how to avoid S&D."

   Chantal S

"Presenter is obviously an expert in this field and made a clear "soup to nuts" presentation that was quite interesting, practical, and useful."

   Robert B

"Excellent suggestions for proactive approach, many of which i have found quite valuable in the past. Great course."

   James D