PSC Urges Government to Clarify Supply Chain Regulations; GovCon Expert Alan Chvotkin Comments

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Jeff Brody

The Professional Services Council (PSC), along with other trade associations, has submitted comments urging the U.S. government to clarify a number of provisions to reduce unnecessary burdens on the contractor community around the interim final rule concerning restrictions on the use of certain telecommunications products and services, PSC announced on Monday. 

“PSC believes that the government can and should take a number of specific actions to achieve a less burdensome and more seamless implementation, including clarifying and improving the eight areas our associations lay out in the letter,” said Alan Chvotkin, PSC executive vice president and counsel as well as a GovCon Expert for Executive Mosaic. 

The comments were signed by PSC, HUBZone Contractors National Council, Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce GovConNet Council, and Women Impacting Public Policy. 

“Adoption of our recommendations would greatly ease the administrative and logistical burdens imposed by the new rule and ensure that companies are not risking compliance or false representation based on vague definitions and unclear applications. PSC looks forward to working with the government on these necessary improvements,” Chvotkin added. 

About Professional Services Council (PSC)

PSC is the voice of the government technology and professional services industry. PSC’s more than 400-member companies represent small, medium and large businesses that provide federal agencies with services of all kinds, including information technology, engineering, logistics, facilities management, operations and maintenance, consulting, international development, scientific, social, environmental services, and more. Together, the trade association’s members employ hundreds of thousands of Americans in all 50 states.

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