Deep dive into DoD’s CARES Act 3610 implementation approach

As an important adjunct to our recurring COVID-19 triage plan webinar series, we teamed up with attorneys from Arnold & Porter to deeply explore and map the labyrinth of the Defense Department’s CARES Act 3610 implementation approach. Congress provided a path for contractors to seek relief, and government agencies have scrambled to craft actionable guidance for contracting officers and the contracting community.

In this on-demand webinar, we dissect the regulatory approach taken by the DoD, with a focus on cost recovery, tease relevant clues and cues from case law, and post warning signs where we see potential compliance and audit pitfalls.

Key takeaways from the webinar:

  • CARES Act Section 3610
  • DoD implementation guidance, including the DFARS Class Deviation and associated FAQ
  • Relevant case law
  • And more

Presenters and subject-matter specialists:

  • Joseph McCaffrey, Baker Tilly
  • Paul Pompeo, Arnold & Porter
  • Mike McGill, Arnold & Porter

For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly specialists can help, contact our team.

Government contractor coronavirus resources

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