On 24 June 2020, the United States Department of Defense made public a list of Chinese companies operating in the U.S. that are associated with the Chinese military. The Department of Defense has been legally required to maintain such a list under Section 1237 of the 1999 National Defense Authorization Act. The Act requires the
Recent Federal District Court Decision Highlights the Complexity of Jurisdictional Issues in Challenging Government Awards of Other Transaction Agreements.
At a press availability on May 10, Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment, Ellen Lord, discussed the “matchmaking” service the Department of Defense (“DoD” or “Department”) is helping to create, to put small and struggling firms together with trusted sources of capital. This program may be viewed as a positive step that is
Deputy Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan announced on Monday, October 1, 2018, that the U.S. Department of Defense (“Department” or “DoD”) was withdrawing its proposal that would have made sweeping changes to the rules that govern the release of progress payments to contractors under DoD contracts. In rescinding the proposed rule, Deputy Secretary Shanahan cited
The U.S. Government is renewing its focus on mitigating technological risks by regulating the supply chain for various goods and services. To achieve these goals, Congress and agencies have introduced, and in some cases enacted, legislation and regulations that direct agencies to identify, assess, and mitigate supply chain risks generally as well as prohibit agencies