In this presentation:

- Current climate

- Why does the Government suspend or debar a contractor?

- What does it mean to be suspended or debarred?

- What process does the Government follow to suspend or debar a contractor?

- Tips for avoiding and navigating the suspension and debarment process

- Questions

- Excerpt from Current climate:

- Transparency

- Mandatory self-reporting

- Increased audits and investigations

- Highly competitive environment

- Protests, protests, and more protests

- New “presumed loss” rule

- Suspension and debarment activity is up significantly in recent years

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