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Anti-human Trafficking Compliance Guidance for U.S. Government Contractors Published

During late October, the U.S. Office of Management and Budget issued a memorandum to support agency compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation’s anti-human trafficking compliance requirements. The stated purpose of the memorandum is to enhance the effectiveness of these requirements while helping federal government contractors manage and reduce the burden associated with meeting their compliance responsibilities. To achieve these dual goals, as discussed in this Alert, the memorandum describes risk management best practices and mitigating factors for U.S. federal officials to take into account when working with contractors to address their obligations under the FAR anti-human trafficking provisions. Although the memorandum is directed to personnel at U.S. executive departments and agencies, it provides helpful guidance for legal and compliance personnel at U.S. government contractors. Continue

Ropes & Gray attorneys regularly provide insightful perspective on key legal issues.To read more, visit our Alerts archive.


Independent Investigation 

Ropes & Gray conducted an independent investigation into the abuse of hundreds of elite and Olympic gymnasts and other children by Larry Nassar. To read the report and for more information, please visit nassarinvestigation.com.

Anti-human Trafficking Compliance Guidance for U.S. Government Contractors Published

During late October, the U.S. Office of Management and Budget issued a memorandum to support agency compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation’s anti-human trafficking compliance requirements. The stated purpose of the memorandum is to enhance the effectiveness of these requirements while helping federal government contractors manage and reduce the burden associated with meeting their compliance responsibilities. To achieve these dual goals, as discussed in this Alert, the memorandum describes risk management best practices and mitigating factors for U.S. federal officials to take into account when working with contractors to address their obligations under the FAR anti-human trafficking provisions. Although the memorandum is directed to personnel at U.S. executive departments and agencies, it provides helpful guidance for legal and compliance personnel at U.S. government contractors. Continue

Ropes & Gray attorneys regularly provide insightful perspective on key legal issues.To read more, visit our Alerts archive.


Independent Investigation 

Ropes & Gray conducted an independent investigation into the abuse of hundreds of elite and Olympic gymnasts and other children by Larry Nassar. To read the report and for more information, please visit nassarinvestigation.com.

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