White Papers, Webinars, & Mini Guides Centre Law & Consulting offers free white papers, webinars, and mini guides on various legal topics and GSA Schedules. All GSA Legal Video Suspension and Debarment A white paper that discusses the causes for debarment, reasons for suspension, and what to do. Mini Guide: Terminating Debarments If your company is facing proposed exclusion from federal contracts, this mini guide examines the process you can take for terminating debarment. Mini Guide: The Bid Protest Process If you’re in the middle of a bid protest or think you’ll need one soon, this quick guide walks you through a potential scenario of what can be expected. U.S. Export Control Reforms A webinar that explores the latest U.S. export control reforms along with cyber security considerations, compliance practices, & due diligence requirements. Recent Executive Orders Affecting Government Contractor Employment Practices A white paper that examines recent executive orders and their implementing regulations that affect government contractor employment practices. Board of Contract Appeals – Insights for Contractors A white paper that examines the strategic insights provided by the Board of Contract Appeals for federal contractors seeking relief. Seven Steps for an Effective Compliance Program for the Buy American Statute and Trade Agreements Act A white paper that discusses the seven steps to take for an effective compliance program for the Buy American Statute and Trade Agreements Act. How the Overhaul of the U.S. Export Controls Will Benefit Small Businesses A white paper that examines how the government is revising U.S. export controls and enforcement to protect national security and cut costs to exporters. The Hammer of Debarment and the Shield of Compliance A white paper that details why having an active compliance program may help many federal contractors avoid suspension and debarment from doing business with the U.S. Government. The Most Prevalent Grounds for Winning Bid Protests A white paper that discusses the five most common grounds for sustaining bid protests against the Federal Government, according to the GAO.