June 28th: Flowdowns: Are You “Flowing” Your FAR and DFARS Clauses

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Increase Compliance and Mitigate Your Firms Risk!

The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), and agency acquisition regulation supplements require Federal prime contractors and under certain circumstances, first-tier and lower-tier subcontractors, small and large alike, to flow-down certain clauses from their Federal contracts and subcontracts when buying items from their suppliers and subcontractors.  Although Small businesses are exempt from the requirement for subcontracting plans, small businesses are not exempt from flow-down requirements. 

4 Learning Credits

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Increase Compliance and Mitigate Your Firms Risk!

The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), and agency acquisition regulation supplements require Federal prime contractors and under certain circumstances, first-tier and lower-tier subcontractors, small and large alike, to flow-down certain clauses from their Federal contracts and subcontracts when buying items from their suppliers and subcontractors.  Although Small businesses are exempt from the requirement for subcontracting plans, small businesses are not exempt from flow-down requirements. 

4 Learning Credits

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Key Topics

• How to increase your firm’s compliance and reduce its risk • How to find and determine which clauses must be flowed-down • How to determine if a flow-down is mandatory or optional • First-tier subcontractors will learn when flow-downs to lower-tier subcontractors are required • Know when flow-downs must be verbatim or contain the substance of the clause • How to ensure continued compliance, find when flow-down requirements are changed, such as new clauses or discontinuance of clauses

Course Type

Virtually Led, On-Demand