Gov't Contracts Policy Developments Of 2016: Year-In-Review

Law360, Nashville (December 13, 2016, 3:39 PM EST) -- From contentious U.S. Department of Labor rules to a big change to the federal multiple award schedules, as well as the usual swath of acquisition tweaks in the annual defense policy bill, there have been a range of significant legislative and regulatory changes for federal contractors in 2016.

Stretching across multiple federal agencies and changes made by Congress, a number of federal policy changes were made in 2016 that government contractors should be aware of.

Labor Rules and Executive Orders

Although not the first federal agency that typically comes to mind when thinking about policies that could have a significant impact...

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