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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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New COVID-19 Relief Law Includes Limited Bankruptcy Protections Regarding PPP Loans

Perkins Coie - The latest COVID-19 relief legislation provided some additional aid and clarity for a select group of debtors and left many other...

Section 3610 of the CARES Act Extended Until March 31, 2021

Crowell & Moring - On Sunday, President Trump signed a combined COVID-Relief and Omnibus Spending Bill, The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, which funds...

Nine Major Takeaways From the Omnibus and Coronavirus Relief Packages

Funding boosts and hiring pushes are coming for many federal agencies.

Report: Pandemic Likely to Dominate Federal Contracting in Fiscal 2021

Bloomberg Government predicted spending to be high on vaccines, telework and digital services.

Who Pays for Coronavirus Costs on Public Works Projects: Contractors or Owners?

When Washington’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order was issued in March, public works contractors were deemed essential businesses, and largely spared from forced closure....

Contracting Groups Welcome Extension of Leave Provision in COVID Deal 

Language enacted in the CARES Act allowing agencies to give contractors sick or paid leave during the pandemic if they cannot access their worksites...

Federal Contracting Trends to Expect in 2021

The pandemic has contractors rethinking recruitment and office space.

DoD OIG Audit Assesses Implementation of Section 3610 Relief Under CARES Act

By Peter J. Eyre, Steve McBrady, Nicole Owren-Wiest, J. Chris Haile, Brian Tully McLaughlin, Skye Mathieson, Charles Baek, John Nakoneczy & Michelle Coleman of...

Viewpoint: IGs Need More Resources to Combat COVID Stimulus Spending Fraud

Problems with the Small Business Administration’s pandemic loan programs illustrate the need for stronger oversight.

Navigating the Bankruptcy Process To Acquire Distressed Government Contractors or Their Assets

Arnold & Porter - The COVID-19 pandemic and efforts to contain its impacts have upended the US and global economies, leaving a wake of...


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