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COVID-19 is impacting government contractors in a host of ways. This page—which we are making free to the public—collects the key government decrees and expert analysis as a resource for our community.

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Administration Formally Launches Program Giving Feds Up to 15 Weeks Off for COVID-19 Related...

Congress created a $570 million fund for the initiative, and once that runs out, workers will have to take personal leave or leave without...

CARES Act Section 3610 Relief Extended Until September 30, 2021

Crowell & Moring - The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (the Act), signed into law by President Biden on March 11, 2021, extends...

Hurtling Through the Pandemic at Warp Speed: Lessons Learned and Looking Forward in Biomedical...

Arnold & Porter - The US government has awarded billions in contracting dollars through Operation Warp Speed for fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, including multimillion...

5 Ways Gov’t Contractors Can Manage Schedule Change Risk

Jenner & Block - Partner Matt Haws wrote “5 Ways Gov't Contractors Can Manage Schedule Change Risk” with Jonathan Rice and Sashi Mahtani of...

Coronavirus Roundup: OSHA to Prioritize On-Site Inspections; New HUD Secretary Emphasizes Safety for Employees...

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration launched a “national emphasis program” on Friday to focus on companies that are putting workers at risk for...

Will Federal Contractors Be Required to Certify Employee COVID Vaccinations?

Blank Rome - Do not be surprised if, before the end of 2021, the federal government begins requiring contractors to certify or represent that...

Chaos, Cash and COVID-19: How the Defense Industry Survived — and Thrived — During...

U.S. Air Force leaders faced a dilemma. The service needed a key raw material from Italy for one of its critical nuclear modernization programs....

A Year of Pandemic Has Taught Contractors to Take Nothing for Granted

For federal contractors, the pandemic has shown just how far off course normal procedures and government relations can get pushed. Few conditions can wreck...

Senate COVID Package Includes Extension of Leave Reimbursement for Contractors

The Senate approved an amendment to its version of the $1.9 trillion COVID relief plan passed Saturday that would extend leave flexibilities for federal...

Authorized Government Contractors Now Covered Persons Under the PREP Act

By Keeley A. McCarty of Sheppard Mullin The Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently added government contractors to the list...

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