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White House Announces Intention to Curtail Scientific and Technological Cooperation with Russia: How This May Impact Recipients of Federal Grants

Russia, Ukraine, USA - June 15 2022 In response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, on June 11, 2022, the President announced that the U.S. government will be limiting its "bilateral…

Lindsay B. Meyer, Allison M. Siegel

Do You Contract with State Governments? If So, Beware of Emerging State Sanctions' Obligations Related to Russia and Belarus

Belarus, Russia, USA - June 3 2022 U.S. contractors with global operations are likely aware of the significant restrictions imposed by the federal government in response to the Russian…

Paul A. Debolt, Lindsay B. Meyer, Anna Perina

Concerned Over Inflation? DOD Issues Guidance to Contracting Officers Relating to Current and Future Contracts

USA - June 3 2022 Following on the heels of the coronavirus pandemic, high inflation now presents itself as the latest major challenge for government contractors…

Caleb E. McCallum

You Asked, We Answered: A Look Back at 2021 and Ahead to 2022 for Nonprofit Grant Recipients

USA - March 9 2022 Dismas Locaria, a partner in Venable's Government Contracts Practice, recently hosted a webinar to address hot-button topics for nonprofit grant…

Fast Times in Federal Courts: Will the Vaccine Mandates Stay, or Will They Go?

USA - December 1 2021 Updated December 9, 2021: A federal court in Georgia had issued a nationwide injunction preventing the federal contractor COVID-19 vaccination…

James Y. Boland, Robin L.S. Burroughs, Celia E. Van Lenten, Ari J. Markenson, Thomas H. Strong