To address the unique challenges facing federal contractors during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are launching the COVID-19 Contractors' Toolkit. The goal is to provide relevant and useful information for government contractors about contract requirements, best practices, and advocacy options. While every
business will have its own unique challenges, it’s our hope to offer general information to guide decision making for federal contractors in these unprecedented times.
Check back regularly as we cover various topics bearing on federal contractors impacted by COVID-19 prevention measures. We’ll also regularly update the site to discuss rapidly changing legal news affecting government contractors.
UPCOMING EVENT: "GovConversations: Government Contractor Response to COVID-19" Free Webinar, hosted by Redstone Government Consulting
Date/Time: April 6, 2020, from 2:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern
"SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program Expanded for COVID-19 Disaster"
"UPDATE: Paycheck Protection Program Form Now Does not Disqualify Businesses for Foreign Ownership"
"Defense Department Provides COVID-19 Guidance"
"Client Spotlight: Penn Parking Fights COVID-19 by Making Face Shields"
"Paycheck Protection Program under the CARES Act: Keeping Small Business Workers Employed"
"DoD Warns Contractors to be Wary of Adversarial Investments during Pandemic"
"Raising the Roofs . . . and Floors: Acquisition Thresholds in the Time of Emergency"
"Winding Down: COVID-19 Work Stoppages & Suspensions"
"Dealing with Contract Alterations and Modifications Due to COVID-19"
"President Invokes Stafford Act: What that Means for Federal Contractors"
"COVID-19 & SBA 8(a) Program Suspensions: FAQs"
"Sole-Source Options for Agencies During the COVID-19 Pandemic"
"Did the FAR Plan For COVID-19? Yes, Sort of"
"OMB Offers Guidance to Agencies about Managing Contractors during COVID-19"
"Uncle Sam’s Strong Arm: Contracting Under the Defense Production Act"
"COVID-19 Contractors’ Toolkit: Top 4 Tips for Government Contractors"
"The Coronavirus Stimulus Package Could do More for Small Business Contractors"
"Preparing for the Worst"