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  • Global Defense Market

    April 2023

    U.S. Foreign Military Sales Bounce Back

    By Nooree Lee
    In January, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency announced the U.S. arms transfer figures for fiscal year 2022, showing that U.S. defense sales to foreign militaries bounced back after two years of decline.
  • Defense Contracting

    April 2023

    Will 2023 Be an Inflection Point for CFIUS?

    By David N. Fagan , Brian Kim and Jonathan R. Wakely
    On the heels of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, pandemic-induced supply chain disruptions and U.S.-China tensions over Taiwan, 2022 accelerated a sweeping effort within the U.S. government to make national security considerations — especially with respect to China — a key feature of new and existing regulatory processes.
  • Defense Contracting

    March 2023

    2023 NDAA Makes Notable Changes to FedRAMP Program

    By Susan Cassidy , Moriah Daugherty and Ashden Fein
    On Dec. 23, President Joe Biden signed the James M. Inhofe National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2023 into law.
  • Budget

    February 2023

    2023 NDAA Provides New Opportunities for Industry

    By Stephanie Barna , Alex Hastings and Michele Pearce
    The 4400-page 2023 National Defense Authorization Act authorizes $858 billion in total defense spending and contains several provisions that will be of interest to companies across industries that do business with the U.S. government.
  • Contracting

    December 2022

    FCC Expands Ban on Chinese Telecom Devices

    By Trevor Bernardo , Yaron Dori and Joceyln Jezierny
    With congressional backing, the FCC now has established itself as a potent vehicle for excluding products from the U.S. market on national security concerns.
  • Manufacturing

    November 2022

    White House Pushes Domestic Manufacturing

    By Nooree Lee , Peter Terenzio and Michael Wagner
    The RFI’s emphasis on U.S. manufacturing and clean energy technology is no accident. Rather, it is a natural result of the Biden administration’s intense focus on these policy areas.
  • Defense Contracting

    October 2022

    Contractors Must Disclose Work Performed in China

    By Susan Cassidy , Scott Freling and Carl Wiersum
  • Defense Contracting

    September 2022

    Case Affirms Rights of Contractors Facing Debarment

    By Frederic M. Levy , Michael Pierce and Michael Wagner
    Experienced defense companies understand that suspension or debarment from U.S. government contracts can be a death knell.
  • Defense Department

    August 2022

    Pentagon Releases Inflation Guidance to Industry

    By Scott Freling , Paul Rowley and Evan R. Sherwood
    In response to industry-wide questions about price adjustments for inflation, the Defense Department released guidance May 25 about when and how contracting officers may provide financial relief to defense contractors working on fixed-price contracts.
  • Defense Contracting

    July 2022

    Suspensions, Debarments Hit 10-Year Low

    By Frederic M. Levy , Michael Wagner and Michael Pierce
    On April 18, the Interagency Suspension and Debarment Committee released its annual report on its activities across all executive agencies for fiscal year 2020.
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