Andrew Raynor Dover NH
Suppliers and service providers that are part of the defense supply chain will be required to protect certain unclassified information by the end of year, as part of the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation System.
To assist New Hampshire businesses meet that requirement, the New Hampshire Government Contracting Assistance Center and the New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership will host the DFARS Cybersecurity Conference from 8:30 am to noon, June 29 at Nashua Community College.
“These requirements have been on the books for several years, but the implementation deadline is Dec. 31,” said Dave Pease, program manager of NH GovCon. “There are clauses in your contracts and subcontracts that will require you, your subcontractors and suppliers to protect controlled unclassified information.”
Companies at any tier in the defense and homeland security supply chain should plan to attend. The seminar will cover information on the rule and the NIST standard; challenges discovered and solutions developed by large prime contractors; insights on the flowdown requirement and commercially available services and solutions.
For more information and to register, visit http://nhptap.ecenterdirect.com/ or call 271-7581.