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FEMA Walks Back Use Of Wartime Law To Get Virus Test Kits

March 25, 2020, Law360

Samantha Clark is quoted in Law360 regarding the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s announcement that it obtained coronavirus test kits without relying on the Defense Production Act. Ms. Clark told Law360 she was surprised by the quick turnaround.  “Everyone is on high alert that [the Defense Production Act] could be used and could be used on short notice,” she says.

 

She adds that companies who don’t traditionally contract with the government are watching statements from government officials regarding the DPA.

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