White House Shares Guidance on Buy America Preference in Federal Infrastructure Projects
International Trade attorneys Andrew McAllister, Libby Bloxom and Mackenzie Zales co-authored an article for Pratt's Government Contracting Law Report reviewing the key details of guidance released by the White House on how federal agencies should implement domestic preference requirements listed in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The guidance outlines which types of funding and infrastructure projects will be subject to the domestic preference requirements and contains information regarding the requirements for and evaluation of waivers to the domestic preference rules. The authors identify entities to which the guidance does not apply as well as provide preliminary guidance provides preliminary guidance regarding construction materials.
The attorneys also published a Holland & Knight Alert discussing this topic.
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