American Bar Association
 
Section of Public Contract Law: Battle Space and Contingency Procurements

Section of Public Contract Law:
Battle Space and Contingency Procurements

Mission

Provides analysis, comment, and education on federal procurements and deployments in the battle space and contingency contracting in the public sector. Maintains a data base and bibliography of contemporary information for battle space and contingency procurements. Advises the Section leadership of significant developments worthy of comment or other action by the Section.

Section Meetings and Programs

Committee Events

An Update on Contracting in Afghanistan by the Battle Space & Contingency Procurements Committe

August 15, 2017
REMINDER
The Battle Space & Contingency Procurements Committee of the ABA Section of Public Contract Law will hold a panel discussion to update members on the status of US government contracting in Afghanistan. Panelists scheduled to attend include members of the staff from the US Embassy Kabul, HQ Resolute Support, Legal Advisor (LEGAD), Combined Security Transition Command – Afghanistan, and HQ Resolute Support International Agreements Branch (IAB).
Date:          Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Time:          0800 to 0900 EDT / 1630 to 1730 AFT
Location:       Steptoe & Johnson, LLP, 1330 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. 20036
DIAL IN:                        888.439.7610
International Dial In:    719.955.2424
Passcode:                      2024298081

Please RSVP to Pam Conley, (202) 429-8019, pconley@steptoe.com, whether you will be attending in person or via teleconference as we will need a headcount for breakfast.

Numbers to call if problems: 202.429.8019 (Mike Navarre’s assistant); 202.429.3000 (Steptoe receptionist)

 
Section Events

Leadership

Co-Chairs:

Amorosi, Edmund
Chiow, Jeffery

Vice-Chairs:

Bakies, Erica
Becker, Patricia
Hammond, David
Love, Michael
Lueje, Anna
Manos, Karen
McCullough, James
Mutek, Michael
Navarre, Michael
Sander, Brett
Strauss, Robert

Committee Roster  

Modified by Michael Navarre on August 14, 2017

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