Successfully Meeting New U.S. Government Contract Requirements to Win More Federal Government Business

Federal Government Business
In this webinar, leading government contracts experts will cover the landscape of new opportunities and legal requirements for companies seeking to win U.S. federal government business, including:

  • Buy America Act changes;
  • Qualifying for new infrastructure funding and contractor opportunities;
  • Data security and supply chain security requirements;
  • Trade Agreements Act (TAA) compliance;
  • Identifying, responding to and managing contract “flow down” requirements.
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It is great to be here with my close colleagues to discuss productivity growth—among the more vexing challenges that economists and policymakers face today. Indeed, productivity poses perhaps the largest disparity between its substantive importance and how much we understand it. Productivity growth is central to a range of economic questions from the slowdown in middleclass incomes in recent decades to the outperformance of employment over output in the current recovery.

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It is great to be here with my close colleagues to discuss productivity growth—among the more vexing challenges that economists and policymakers face today. Indeed, productivity poses perhaps the largest disparity between its substantive importance and how much we understand it. Productivity growth is central to a range of economic questions from the slowdown in middleclass incomes in recent decades to the outperformance of employment over output in the current recovery.

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