NDIA Webinar: Vaccination Mandates are HERE for Federal Contractors – Answers to Your Frequently Asked Questions
November 8 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Presented by McCarter & English
On September 24, the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force issued guidance for federal contractors based on President Biden’s Executive Order directing adequate COVID-19 safety protocols for federal contractors and subcontractors. Although every agency has adopted the same clause, there are 36 agencies that have issued separate and differing guidance on use of the clause in agency contracts and other agreements with contractors. Meanwhile significant questions have come up about the number of employees bound by the mandates, the application to subcontractors of all tiers, the recovery of costs incurred as a result of the clause, what it means for a clause to be bilateral, the reporting and recordkeeping requirements, and the determination of when an exemption applies, and many other topics.
McCarter & English partners Dan Kelly and Hugh Murray will walk you through some of the key class deviations, including DoD, NASA, GSA, update you on the latest advice coming out of the Task Force, OMB, and the individual agencies, and answer all of your questions, as time allows.
Dan Kelly – Partner, McCarter & English
Dan Kelly brings over 30 years of experience to the firm’s government contracts group, combining both counseling and acting as an advocate on behalf of clients doing business in the government marketplace. Dan’s practice extends to a broad spectrum of industries and federal and state authorities for whom they supply research, products, and services, including emerging and established businesses working under prime and subcontracts, SBIRs, CRADAs, OTAs, and grants for DoD and civilian agencies.
Hugh Murray – Partner, McCarter & English
Employers turn to Hugh Murray to handle their employment and labor union matters. He regularly advises clients in the manufacturing, transportation, education, utilities, energy, health care, retail and hospitality industries.