Aaron Silberman to Discuss Climate Change’s Impact on Federal Construction Projects at the 2024 ABA Federal Procurement Institute
RJO Construction Law practice group co-chair Aaron Silberman will moderate a panel on March 7 at 12:30 p.m. EST addressing climate change’s impact on federal construction projects at the American Bar Association (ABA) Public Contract Law Section’s 2024 Federal Procurement Institute in Annapolis, Maryland.
The panel, titled “How Has Climate Change Impacted Federal Government Construction?”, will explore how recent climate change legislation, executive orders and agency programs are changing federal contracting requirements. It will also cover how agencies and contractors are responding. This event will address the Infrastructure Act, Inflation Reduction Act, Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council greenhouse gas proposed rule, federal green building requirements, congressional developments, Biden administration policies and post-election considerations.
Silberman will join U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Deputy Chief Counsel Daniel Murray, U.S. Department of Defense Associate General Counsel Creighton H. Wilson, and U.S. General Services Administration Public Buildings Service Commissioner Elliot Doomes for this important conversation.
It is not too late to sign up for this informative panel and learn about other pressing developments at the Federal Procurement Institute. Learn more about the ABA’s Federal Procurement Institute and reserve your seat.