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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 The David Bacon Act and Davis Bacon Related Acts, now known as Labor Standards for Contracts involving Construction, are the cornerstone of construction contracts with the government because prevailing rates determine a significant amount of contractor cost. While prevailing wage rates might seem simple on first glance, the ins and outs of FAR Part 22.4 expose contractors and the government to significant liability. Join Nichole Atallah as she explains: How to determine when the Davis Bacon Act Applies What can constitute a fringe benefit What to do if Service Contract Labor Standards and the DBA are incorporated into a contract How to properly complete certified payrolls, specifically for subcontractors and independent contractors Preventing false claims when completing certified … Continue readingFind out more »
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