Webinar – November 8, 2018
Ends: 2:00 PM (EDT)
3D printing is a leading technology that transforms how and where goods are designed, made (printed), distributed, and sold. Government agencies, including the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy, have engaged in initiatives to promote innovation related to 3D printing. As companies gain efficiencies through transitioning to 3D printing, and government encourages its use, government contractors should be alert to the myriad of compliance considerations involved in selling 3D printed parts pursuant to public contracts.
Join the Crowell & Moring team on Thursday, November 8th at 1:00 pm EDT to discuss strategies for transitioning the manufacture of goods for sale to the government to an additive, 3D printing process. Our team of experienced practitioners and consultants will walk through a range of compliance considerations – from supplier and material approval requirements to inspection and cybersecurity considerations – to arm you with the knowledge you need to implement this forward-looking technology while maintaining compliance with rigorous government regulations.
We hope you will join us for the free webinar.
- Gail Zirkelbach, Partner
- Mana Lombardo, Counsel
- Michael Gruden, Associate
Contact: Kim Peters (202.508.8991, email@example.com)