The March 4 deadline for the expiration of the continuing appropriations resolution (CR) under which the federal government is currently funded is quickly approaching, and the likelihood of a government shutdown of all but essential operations is increasing. For government contractors, the consequences that flow from a government shutdown can be significant.
-Understanding what "essential services" in a government shutdown means;
-Actions that the Government can and cannot take with respect to contract funding;
-Steps that contractors can take now to position themselves to weather the storm;
-Key factors for contractors to consider in developing a shutdown contingency plan; and
-Measures to take after a shutdown begins.
Elizabeth Ferrell, Partner, McKenna, Long, & Aldridge, LLP
Henry J. Schweiter, Counsel, McKenna, Long, & Aldridge, LLP
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