Aaron Silberman to Speak at 62nd Annual National Seminar on Government Contracts
RJO’s Construction Law Practice Group co-chair, Aaron Silberman, is slated to speak on special contracting requirements and issues for federally-funded state and local government construction projects at the 62nd Annual National Seminar on Government Contracts. He will share his insights with attendees at this online-only conference on September 20.
Aaron’s session, “A Bridge Too FAR?: The Application of Federal Government Contract Requirements to Federally Funded Non-Federal Contracts,” will address the critical considerations private entities should weigh when bidding on federally-funded state and local government construction projects. The presentation will cover important issues regarding competitive bidding, procurement integrity, conflicts of interest, domestic sources, subcontracting limitations and small/disadvantaged business utilization. Aaron will also explore whether and when federal contracting requirements could apply when contractors bid on or receive federal funding for this subset of construction work.
Attorneys licensed in Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin can also receive CLE credit for attending this online seminar.
Don’t miss Aaron’s presentation for this long-running conference, which is co-sponsored by the University of Minnesota, National Contract Management Association and National Property Management Association.