Alex Sarria commented on interim regulations that, effective August 13, will prohibit the U.S. government contracting with any entity that uses certain Chinese-made technologies.
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In this interview, Alex Sarria and Jason Workmaster discuss the interim rule banning the use of certain Chinese telecom equipment that goes into effect on August 13.
Miller & Chevalier and Dixon Hughes Goodman will present the upcoming government contracts webinar, "Reasonable Inquiry in Unreasonable Time – Determining Your Obligations Under Section 889(a)(
In this interview, Jason Workmaster provided his analysis and insight regarding the Federal Acquisition Regulation Interim Rule that goes into effect on August 13, banning the use of certain Chines
In this discussion, Alex Sarria shared his insights on how the U.S.
Yesterday, the Federal Acquisition Regulatory (FAR) Council issued a second interim rule to supple
The Department of Defense (DoD) has issued a memorandum with instructions on how it will implement