ACI’s 2nd National Forum on FOCI Is the only comprehensive event of its kind.
Companies under FOCI need to stay alert on many fronts. With DSS being the primary agency in charge of overseeing FOCI mitigation, DOE and DHS also have their respective requirements. In addition, while each of the various mitigation instruments in NISPOM already presents its own challenges, it can become even more complex when a National Security Determination (NID) comes into play.
Further, the intersection of FOCI mitigation with the CFIUS approval process requires a well thought-out strategy toward maximizing the chances of a favorable outcome – a process that has become even more complex given the recent passing of the anticipated CFIUS Reform (FIRRMA).
This FOCI conference will bring together key stakeholders from government, industry and private practice, who are involved in some of the most significant matters to date. This year’s agenda has been revamped to provide solutions to the industry’s most pressing needs and to ensure practical and worthwhile discussions and takeaways.
Gerard F. Amann
General Counsel & Secretary
Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
Accenture Federal Services
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
Join Us for Champagne Roundtables
End the day informally as you share your views with your peers on recent developments.
Government Regulators, Industry Leaders and Top Law Firm
Counsel Provide Key Insights on:
- Analyzing Your Company’s Specific FOCI Risk
- Identifying Appropriate Mitigation Arrangements and Preventing Delays in Obtaining Approvals
- Determining How Tailored Security Plans (TSPs) and Enhanced Assessments
- Will Affect Companies Under FOCI
- Different Cognizant Security Agencies’ Requirements and Mitigation Processes
- FOCI and CFIUS Interplay: How FIRRMA and FOCI Mitigation Will Co-Exist Going Forward, and Developing a Strategy for Managing the FOCI and CFIUS Processes
- National Interest Determinations (NIDs) in a Post 2019 NDAA World: Understanding the Requirements and Navigating the Procurement Process
- Assessing the Latest DOD Initiatives and Their Implications for Supply Chain Risk Management, Controlled Unclassified Information, and Beyond
The Westin Washington, D.C. City Center
1400 M Street NW Washington, DC 20005
American Conference Institute is pleased to offer our delegates a limited number of hotel rooms at a negotiated rate of $199 per night plus applicable taxes. To take advantage of these rates, please click on the link below.
Please note that the guest room block cut-off date is January 7, 2019. After that date OR when the room block fills, guestroom availability and rate can no longer be guaranteed.