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DFARS Compliance – Next Steps after the December 2017 Deadline (Recording Available)

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After nearly 150 attendees in the last session walked through the August updates and key steps for compliance this year - it is the intent of this session  to build upon latest industry news and trends and speak on brand new topics for 2018 compliance. The deadline for DFARS and CDI/CUI compliance (December 31, 2017) is practically upon us. Nearly all DoD contracts being relesed contain the DFARS Clause 252.204.7012, and now it will be imperative to maintain compliance.

 

After delivering and participating in a series of DFARS Compliance educational events in  2017, Sentar and Summit 7 are now working with a number of clients on the last remaining stages of their DFARS compliance implementations and establishing routine checks and audits moving forward. In this webinar you can benefit from hearing the lessons learned and industry best practices.This second installment of our DFARS, CDI/CUI, and ITAR Compliance webinar will cover any remaining updates in the DFARS compliance process in accordance with the DFARS 7012 Clause, NIST 800-171., and varous ITAR regulations. Because most contractors in the federal industrial base should be DFARS compliant or already in the process of becoming so, we will focus on the "what's next" for 2018.

  • How small, medium, and large companies are approaching DFARS compliance in the coming year
  • The latest DFARS Working Group comments for the DoD industry 
  • What to do now if you are not already into the compliance implementation process
  • Ask your toughest DFARS, CDI/CUI Compliance questions during the Q&A Session at the end of the webinar

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About Shawn Hays

Shawn is a communication and collaboration professional. Prior to Summit 7 Systems, Shawn excelled as a marketing and PR strategist – working within health care and public relations consulting. During his career, he has served as the sole business development manager of a small IT-centric government contracting business and as a publications lead within a large defense and aerospace company. He graduated from the University of Alabama in Huntsville with undergraduate degrees in Physics and Communications, and Tennessee Tech University's MBA program in 2017. It is this technical know-how and ability to convey various subject matters to, both, technical and non-technical audiences that brought him to Summit 7 Systems. In addition, Shawn is a super user of Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365, and possesses a high degree of ITIL process improvement experience.