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Supply chain considerations for selling to the US government

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The US government is increasingly taking steps to mitigate risks across the industrial and innovation supply chains that provide it and its .. Read more contractors with hardware, software and services. These steps reflect concerns that a global supply chain has created greater risks of espionage, industrial espionage, the expropriation of valuable technologies and the exploitation of vulnerabilities in products or services. Much of this concern originates from interactions with China. Susan Cassidy is a Chambers-ranked partner in Covington’s government contracts practice and co-chair of the firm’s aerospace, defence and national security industry group. She advises clients on the complex rules and regulations imposed on government contractors at all phases of the procurement cycle. Susan has an active practice counselling clients on a variety of supply chain issues, including Section 889, the Supply Chain Executive Order, counterfeit parts requirements, product exclusions and the DoD’s CMMC. Susan has particular expertise in the complex regulatory intersection of cybersecurity and government contracts and regularly advises clients on the unique risks associated with a cyber incident involving sensitive government information.

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