BOISE, ID.—Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Matt Koehl spoke to members of the Idaho State Bar on “Government-Unique Requirements in ‘Commercial Item’ Contracting.” His presentation was part of the Idaho State Bar’s Advanced Drafting of Common Provisions Contracts, which took place May 11 in Boise.

Koehl discussed key requirements for both commercial item contractors and sub-contractors, including Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)/Affirmative Action issues, Country of Origin laws, Service Contract Act compliance, E-Verify, gifts and gratuities and more. He also presented attendees with a checklist of critical requirements for commercial item contractors. 

Matt Koehl is a veteran government contracts lawyer with more than 20 years of private law firm and senior in-house law department experience. He represents commercial and defense contractors across a broad range of industries, with a particular emphasis on matters relating to the Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) program.

Matt Koehl Discusses Commercial Item Issues in Government Contracting At Idaho State Bar Seminar