David Hayden Moderates Roundtable with Congresswoman Ellmers and the North Carolina Defense Business Association

Raleigh, N.C. – On September 30, 2014, David Hayden, a lawyer in Smith Anderson’s Government Contracting practice, moderated a discussion with Congresswoman Renee Ellmers, representing the Second District in North Carolina, and 18 members of the North Carolina Defense Business Association (NCDBA). David is the Legislative Committee Chair and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of NCDBA. Discussion topics included: the significant government slow-down in issuing solicitations and awarding contracts this last fiscal year; changes to procurement rules that would benefit locally owned businesses; and the development of a unified strategy among our federally elected officials to protect the military presence and defense businesses in N.C.

About David Hayden
As a member of Smith Anderson’s Government Contracting practice, David represents a variety of defense contractors, advising on a broad range of federal contracting issues such as bid protests, teaming agreements, subcontract agreements, joint ventures, Small Business Administration 8(a) Business Development program, International Trafficking in Arms Regulations (ITAR), corporate ethics and organizational conflicts of interest (OCI) compliance issues. He also advises companies and their directors and officers on corporate governance matters and other general corporate and business topics. For more information, please visit www.SmithLaw.com.

About the NCDBA
The NCDBA provides information, connections and networking opportunities to its members to build relationships and promote defense related business within the state of North Carolina. For more information, please visit www.ncdba.com.


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