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LEARN MORE & REGISTER Summary The Government’s and contractors’ respective rights in intellectual property (IP) arising from government contracts is very important to both sides. For contractors, IP rights may be critical for the very survival of the company. For Government agencies, IP rights may have a great impact on the cost and time to accomplish an agency’s mission. “Rights in data” is an unusually complex area, but one that is essential to learn. Not the least of the difficulties is that different agencies apply different rules. Nevertheless, the government contractor that fails to learn to protect its rights in data may be crippled – or worse – by its ignorance. This program will provide you with the practical tools to analyze and solve data … Continue readingFind out more »
Summary Click here to learn more or register NIST SP 800 53 and NIST SP 800-171: Technical Requirements and Practical Guidance on What they Mean to Contractors This fast paced, information-packed class will include: Overview of NIST SP 800-53 and 800-171/li> NIST 800-53 applicability and compliance requirements/li> NIST 800-171 applicability and compliance requirements/li> Technical requirements deep dive/li> Impact to government contractors/li> Practical guidance on how to meet these requirements Dates and Topics Key Contractual Cybersecurity Requirements in Federal IT Acquisitions: Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), The CUI Registry, Unclassified Controlled Technical Information (UCTI), Covered Contractor Information Systems, Covered Defense Information (CDI), Cyber-Incident Reporting Requirements and Practical Pointers This fast paced, information-packed class will include: What is CUI, CTI, CDI, and its importance to DFARS compliance and … Continue readingFind out more »
Click here to learn more or register While the agreement between a U.S. Government prime contractor and a subcontractor is technically a “commercial” contract, the fact is that the U.S. Government’s shadow looms large in that relationship. Depending on the prime contractor, the subcontracting agreement might contain a long list of Federal Acquisition (FAR) Regulation clauses as well as other clauses that are based on the FAR, and people on both sides of the fence often confess to confusion when it comes to understanding exactly how the FAR applies to their subcontract. Join our experts Tim Sullivan, Cy Alba, Bill Walter and Nichole Atallah as they break things down in a five-week program designed to shed light on this mystifying process. Whether your company is … Continue readingFind out more »
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