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COVID-19 triage plan part 3: updates and FAQs as of April 9, 2020

Presented by Brent Calhoon and Jen Flickinger

In our COVID-19 triage plan webinar last week (April 2, 2020), we presented and discussed several practical steps that government contractors should take to position themselves for potential future financial remedies as the coronavirus crisis abates. As we wrapped up week four of the COVID-19 siege and its impacts on the government contracting community, we provide the latest news on evolving government policies, relevant CARES Act implementation updates, and anecdotes from our experiences during our latest webinar.  Previous week’s webinar participants and our clients have generated a raft of excellent questions that we addressed, including:

  • CARES Act Section 3610 coverage: interpretations and applications, including subcontractors, and OCONUS employees
  • CARES Act coverage for locations closed due to shelter in place orders
  • Considerations for pricing modifications to accommodate remote contract performance
  • Equitable adjustments for firm-fixed-price (FFP) and time-and-materials (T&M) contracts
  • Impact on GSA Schedule contracts and other commercial item contracts
  • Accounting for training time regarding COVID-19 (including this class)

In this on-demand webinar, Baker Tilly's government contractor advisors discuss what contractors should be doing now.

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During this uncertain time, Baker Tilly is ready to help you with practical advice on informing and supporting your employees as well as keeping your business running.

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