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US Defence Contracting and DFARS Compliance in Europe

US Defence Contracting and DFARS Compliance in Europe - 05/12/2017

Where: Frankfurt, Germany
Organisers: C5 Communications Ltd
e-mail: enquiries@C5-online.com
Web: goo.gl/Vz0nnq

US Defence Contracting and DFARS Compliance in Europe - 05/12/2017

The US Department of Defence continues to dominate the global expenditure on defence goods, making it the number one client for defence companies. However, in order to win one of these highly prized contracts, you need to comply with the Defence Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement, a complex set of rules that challenge even the most seasoned professionals.

Whether you are a prime, subcontractor or sub-subcontractor, it’s essential that you meet the obligations or face suspension of payment or even the loss of your contract.

C5’s 6th Advanced Forum on US Defence Contracting and DFARS Compliance in Europe brings together DFARS in-house experts from the EU and US to discuss solutions to the most complex aspects of DFARS compliance.

  • Find out how much information you’re really required to provide to your primes
  • Discover best practices for meeting your flow down obligations
  • Gain invaluable insights on how to get your cyber security systems up to speed with the NIST requirements
  • Ensure you win profitable contracts even under the more stringent spending of Better Buying Power 3.0
  • Benefit from others experiences in how to successfully undergo a DFARS audit

See the all the key topics PLUS the high calibre of speakers who spoke in 2016 by downloading the brochure.

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