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COVID-19 Update for Government Contractors: Navigating Shutdown Orders

Maynard Cooper Gale - The Coronavirus (“COVID-19”) pandemic is straining the defense industrial base and other federal contractors. Curfews and shelter-in-place orders have slowed...

Coronavirus Update: The Defense Production Act Is Not a Contractor’s Shield Against Local Shutdown...

Morrison & Foerster - The President is invoking the Defense Production Act (DPA), 50 U.S.C. §§ 4501 et seq., to acquire much needed medical...

COVID-19: State and Local Shut-Down Orders and Exemptions for Critical Infrastructure

Since the onset of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic in the United States, public officials have issued numerous emergency directives closing non-essential businesses...

KC-46, P-8 Production to Stop as Boeing Temporarily Shuts Down Facilities

Production of the Air Force’s KC-46 refueling tanker and the Navy’s P-8 maritime surveillance plane will stop as Boeing shuts down all facilities in...

DOD Travel Ban – Contractors Potentially Affected

Clark Hill - Effective March 16, 2020, the Department of Defense has banned all domestic travel for personnel and families in response to the...

Closure of Non-Essential Businesses in Maryland

On March 23, Governor Hogan enacted Amended and Restated Executive Order (20-03-23-01) closing all non-essential businesses in the State of Maryland by 5 p.m. Here’s...

Defense Contractors Can Go To Work Amid State & Local Lockdowns, Pentagon Says

The U.S. government declared defense companies and their suppliers part of the country’s “critical infrastructure sector,” a designation that will allow employees to continue...

Coronavirus Makes Air Force Worry About Supply Chains

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