The Bridge -The Impact of Uncertainty in the Federal Government and Government Contracting

As 2017 comes to a close, uncertainty has become a recurring theme in the government and its contracting counterparts. Whether from intra-party polarization, the ever-looming debt ceiling, obfuscation between Capitol Hill and the private sector, or the seemingly untethered gauge of normalcy in these mercurial times, all can attest to the resolute vitality of our nation’s constitution and our will to move in a positive direction with equal footing.

On October 1st @ 11 am (WJLA) Jim McCarthy, host of The Bridge on TV will sit with a highly respected panel to examine this prolonged uncertainty. They’ll discuss what is necessary to practice “True North” Management when working with the Federal Government.

Angela Styles – Chair of Crowell & Moring and a Partner in the Government Contracts Group

Steve Schooner – Nash & Cibinic Professor of Government Procurement Law and Co-Director of the Government Procurement Law Program GW Law

Eric Sobota – National Leader, Industry Specialty Services BDO

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