Government Contracting Law Report Publishes Akin Gump Article on Anti-Human Trafficking Rules

Government Contracting Law Report has published the article “Final Anti-Human Trafficking FAR and DFARS Rules Create Significant New Supply Chain Burdens and Liabilities for Government Contractors,” written by government contracts practice head Robert Huffman and partner Scott Heimberg, litigation counsel Kimberly Ball and litigation associate Carroll Skehan.

The article, which originated as an Akin Gump client alert, discusses the final anti-human trafficking rules amending the current Federal Acquisition Regulation and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement provisions. They contain several noteworthy additions and clarifications with crucial implications for government contractors, affecting both their administrative and financial burdens while increasing their potential liability.

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