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Regulatory Updates for Government Contractors Presented by Matt Schoonover

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This event will highlight some of the most consequential regulatory changes that impact small business government contractors.

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​In this presentation, government contracts attorney Matthew Schoonover will highlight some of the most consequential regulatory changes that impact small business government contractors. Topics will include changes to the domestic preference requirements, the minimum wage hike for federal contractors, updates to the limitation on subcontracting, changing DUNS number requirements, and more. For more, contact Jodi Essex at jodir@iastate.edu.

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