The United States remains by far the largest defence market in the world and securing a contract with the Department of Defense is hugely profitable for global companies and beneficial to their supply chains. In order to compete for contracts, companies have to understand how to navigate the complex Defence Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS).
EU companies must be on top of the complex Defence Federal Acquisitions Regulation Supplement (DFARS) requirements in order to avoid suspensions of payments, heavy fines and possibly loss of contracts. The two-day comprehensive European Forum for US Defence Contracting and DFARS/FAR Compliance which takes place in Brussels on November 20-21 will help in developing FAR and DFARS compliance strategies to secure valuable contracts. Europe’s leading DFARS compliance event will supply strategic insights on how to contend with increased regulatory oversight, rigorous DCAA and DCMA audits, subcontracting compliance risks and strict reporting requirements.
Past attendees have been saying great things about the event. Ove Norseth (Manager, US Govt. Liaison Office, Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace) stated, “Knowledgeable speakers who were able to get their messages across. Good networking opportunities.” Joseph Kurr (Deputy Director of Contracts, Vectrus) raved “Excellent speakers, loved how the content was Europeanspecific to the challenges companies face here. Networking opportunities here was better than most other conferences. Can’t wait to attend the next one!”
Registrations can be made at https://www.c5-online.com/european-us-defence-contracting/ with 10% discount code: D10-514-514AX01
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