Ethical Business Conduct for Government Contractors
9:30 a.m. 10:15 a.m.
Government contractors are subject to a perplexing maze of laws and regulations designed to promote ethical business conduct. Behavior that might otherwise be acceptable in the commercial world can trigger significant penalties in the federal marketplace, including possible suspension, debarment, or criminal liability. Hazards exist at both the prime and subcontract level. It is imperative to know the rules and implement mechanisms for complying with them, such as establishing and maintaining a robust business ethics program. In this webinar, James Bradshaw of Ball Janik LLP offers an overview of the requirements to which Government contractors are subject, together with recommendations for addressing them.
Specific coverage includes:
• Mandatory Reporting Obligations
• Procurement Integrity
• Organizational Conflicts of Interest
• Bribery, Illegal Gratuities, and Kickbacks
• Lobbying Restrictions
• Prohibition on Contingent Fees
• Hiring Restrictions
• False Statements and False Claims
For a copy of the presentation materials, please click here.