When: Thursday, November 30th, 4:00 PM-5:00 PM EST
Topic: “New FAR Requirements on Monitoring Supply Chain”
Speaker: Barbara Kinosky
Guest Speaker: Brandon Graves
This webinar will cover:
Three new FAR clauses covering supply chain due diligence for federal contractors are effective in December. We will discuss all 3 of those clauses, what is required, what steps contractors should take proactively and how to monitor excluded products and more. We will have time for a Q&A period so bring your questions.
Registrants are welcome to submit topics/questions in advance that we will try to address during the program or thereafter.
Meet the Host
Barbara Kinosky, Esq., is the Managing Partner of Centre Law & Consulting and a highly experienced professional with over thirty years of representing clients in various federal government contracting issues, disputes, and protests. Barbara has been recognized for her outstanding contributions to federal government contracting and was voted into the American Bar Foundation as a Fellow, an honor limited to the top 1% of licensed attorneys. Barbara Kinosky is a nationally renowned speaker, author, expert witness, and AAA Arbitrator specializing in complex prime subcontractor disputes. She is an exclusive contributing author for Bloomberg, invited by invitation only. Barbara Kinosky has been consistently recognized as a top attorney for federal contracting by Smart CEO magazine. Her expertise is further validated by her Top Secret Security Clearance. Prior to establishing Centre Law & Consulting, Barbara led a government contracts practice group at a major law firm.
Brandon Graves is a Partner at Centre. He conducts internal investigation, builds compliance programs, and responds to regulators for our clients. His practice focuses on GSA, cybersecurity, privacy, data rights, and other technology related issues, in addition to GSA compliance matters. He advises clients on a broad range of issues, including data breaches, regulatory compliance, contracting, licensing, insurance, and the development of security and privacy programs. He also assists clients with IT related contracts and protests. Brandon graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point with a degree in computer science, and the University of Virginia School of Law. Before entering private practice, he clerked on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in Atlanta.