Emerging Security, International and Defense-Related Issues

Holland & Knight Program
Webinar, CLE Available
Emerging Security, International and Defense-Related Issues Webinar
October 29, 2019
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET

With the rapidly shifting landscape of world events, government contractors are encountering a number of emerging national and industrial security issues. These evolving areas present significant challenges and opportunities for government contractors. In some cases, these evolving requirements will have specific impacts on select industries such as energy, transportation, federal real estate and security.

In our October government contracts webinar, "Emerging Security, International and Defense-Related Issues: What Government Contractors Need to Know and Do," we will highlight several areas of regulation and oversight that impact government contractors.

Topics include:

  • Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS) regulations and other issues affecting foreign ownership of government contractors
  • the U.S. Department of Defense's evolving cybersecurity requirements
  • energy and utility resiliency requirements
  • homeland security and immigration enforcement issues

In our brief discussion of each topic, we will highlight emerging issues and identify where contractors should plan to address these items in compliance programs, teaming arrangements, mergers and acquisitions, as well as in potential oversight and enforcement actions.

We hope you can join us for this highly informative presentation.


Mary Beth Bosco  |  Partner, Washington, D.C. 

Chris Nagel  |  Partner, Tysons 

Seth Stodder  |  Partner, Los Angeles 

Antonia Tzinova  |  Partner, Washington, D.C. 

Gordon Griffin  |  Associate, Washington, D.C. 

Leila George-Wheeler  |  Associate, Washington, D.C.

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