Mandatory Disclosure for Government Contractors Webinar

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Government contracting is fundamentally different from commercial contracting.  One major areas of difference is that contractors are required, in many circumstances, to self-report serious civil and in some cases criminal violations to the government.  This program will examine those self-reporting requirements, including:


  • What must be disclosed to the government, and what does trigger the disclosure requirements;
  • When must (and should) required disclosures be made, and to whom;
  • Should a contractor conduct an internal investigation prior to a disclosure; and
  • How do these disclosure requirements fit in with a contractor’s Government Contract Compliance and Ethics program?

Speaker and Presenter Information

William Weisberg
Of Counsel

William Weisberg is a government contracts attorney with 30 years of experience. Bill received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia (where he was an Echols Scholar) in 1983 and his law degree from the George Washington University in 1986. Bill practiced with large international law firms for over 25 years, the last 10 of which he led his firms’ Government Contract and Grant practice groups. Bill formed his own boutique government contract firm in 2013.


Bill represents both traditional defense contractors as well as primarily commercial companies selling either directly to a government customer or selling into a government supply chain. Bill’s clients are found in many industries, including manufacturing, professional services, IT, construction, and a variety of high (and not so high) tech.

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Thu, Feb 27, 2020, 1:00pm - 2:30pm ET


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