George Mason University’s Center for Government Contracting recently published a coronavirus-related report for government agencies and companies that contract with the government. The report provides detailed information on the Defense Production Act and its implications in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. It also helps contractors navigate the issues and opportunities related to the unprecedented challenges they are currently facing.
“We wrote this report to help inform the government contracting community about how they can help during this time,” said Jerry McGinn, executive director of the center. “We wanted to provide key information about where the government is spending money to respond to COVID-19 and what that means for the government contracting community.”
In addition to providing a continuously updated report, the Center for Government Contracting will host a webinar on Monday, March 30, at 2 p.m. to provide more information on topics related to government contracting during the coronavirus pandemic.
Read more about the Center for Government Contracting's coronavirus-related report on Mason’s website, “Mason’s Center for Government Contracting Provides Coronavirus-Related Information For Government Agencies and Contractors."