Event

20th Annual Federal Procurement Institute — Navigating the Procurement Headwinds: Shifting Procurement Constraints and Priorities

March 19, 2014 {ml-event-to} March 22, 2014

Marynell DeVaughn, of counsel in the International Trade and Economic Sanctions group, will present on “Contracting Issues that Arise When Conducting International Business” at the 20th Annual Federal Procurement Institute’s “Navigating the Procurement Headwinds: Shifting Procurement Constraints and Priorities” conference.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Tax issues companies should be prepared to encounter
  • Export and import issues arising in international business
  • Process of employing local nationals
  • Explanation of offsets and considerations for utilizing them
  • Cost allowability issues under U.S. Government contracts
  • Foreign Corrupt Practices Act implications

When:
Thursday, March 20, 2014
8:30–10:00 am

Where:
Loews Annapolis Hotel
Annapolis, MD