What Contractors Need to Know About Combating-Trafficking Compliance
June 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm$95
The Federal Government requires every Federal contract, grant, and cooperative agreement to include an obligation that the recipient of the Federal funds comply with its policy to combat human trafficking. A failure to comply with the policy may result in negative consequences, including criminal and civil liability, suspension or debarment, termination of the agreement, and a negative past performance rating. This program is designed to help attendees understand the obligations that the Government’s clauses (FAR 52.222-50, “Combating Trafficking in Persons” and 2 CFR 175.15) require contractors to meet, with the focus of the program on FAR 52.222-50’s general requirements.
- Understand the obligations imposed by FAR 52.222-50 and 2 CFR 175.15
- Identify situations when a contractor must have a compliance plan to combat trafficking
- Recognize common trafficking and trafficking-related activities—including those related to recruitment fees
Continuing Education Credits
1.5 CLE (Pending Approval in VA)/ .2 CEU / 1.5 CPE credits may be earned for this course. This course is recommended for 2 CLP credits.