In the past few years, the federal government has increasingly scrutinized companies with actual or perceived organizational conflicts of interest. The federal government’s policy aims to prevent biases and favoritism and to promote equal competition. The FAR Council recently published a proposal rule on OCIs.
-The current state of the law on OCI: what is, and is not, an OCI;
-Recent protest (and False Claim) cases that have highlighted the importance of OCI avoidance and mitigation;
-How to proactively prevent OCIs;
-Elements of an acceptable mitigation plan; and
-The proposed FAR Council changes to the OCI rules
William WeisbergPartner, Bryan Cave, LLP
Joyce Tong, Associate, Bryan Cave, LLP
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