NDAA Blacklist Delay Amendment Fails

By: Charles Rollet, Published on Jul 24, 2020

The Blacklist Clause, which bans Hikvision/Dahua/Huawei users from doing business with the federal government, goes into effect on August 13 and the best hope that it would be delayed - a Senator's amendment - has failed.

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In this post, we examine the impact of this latest development.

************ ******, ***** **** Hikvision/Dahua/Huawei ********* ***** ******** **** the ******* **********,**** **** ****** ** August ***** *** **** **** that ** ***** ** delayed - * *******'* amendment - *** ******.

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** **** ****, ** examine *** ****** ** this ****** ***********.

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Senator *** ******* *********

** **** **, ******* Ron ******* (*-**) ********** ********* (** ****)** *** **** **** (the ****** *******) **** would *********** ***** *** blacklist ****** ** *** year. ***** ** *** proposed *********, ***** ***** it ***** **** ******* the ****** *** *** years ***** *** ****'* passage ** **** (*.*. August ****) *** "***** years" *.*. ****** ****:

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*** ********* **** ****************** ** *** **** NDAA ****.******* ** *** ************** **** ** ** the ***** *******, *******, shows *******'* ******************* *** ****.

Failure *** ** *** ** ***** ******** ********

***** ** **** *******, law **** *'******************** *** *********'* "********* remain ******* ** *** face ** ********** **** senators ******** ** *****." Indeed, *** ****** ******** some ** ***** (***)'* strongest *******, **** ***** Rubio (*-**) *** *** Cotton (*-**).

SIA ******** *****

***, ***** **** ***** trade ******,***** *** ** ********** to ********* * *****.*******, *******, **** *** failed. ** **** ******* out ** *** *** comment.

Conclusion: ****** *** ** **** ************

*** ** **********'* ******* is ******* **** ****: comply *** ** **** blacklisting.

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*** *** ** **** you **** ** *** headquarters:

** *** ***********, ** problem **** *** ** al's ******** ** **** this *** **** ****** and ***** *** * years ***.************************ **** ****** **** they ****** ** **** steps ** ****** *** they ***.

*** **** ***** ****** does *** ****? ***'* be ******. *****'* * lot ** ****** ** the ******** *** **** aimed *** ** ****** with **** ********* *** because **** **** **** the **** ***** ** roll.

****** ***,

* **** ***** **** the *******'* **********. ***** the ********* ** *********, and ********** ********* *** letter ** *** ***, the ******* ** ******** quite *********.

*** **** **** ** enforced?

**** * ******* ********** employee **** ** ** office ** ***** *** Dahua *******?

**** ** ******* ******* get * ****** ** the **** **** *** government ******* **** *** cameras **** ** *******? Will **** **** *** to **** ** *********** responsible *** *** ******* and ***********?

***** ** ***, *** can *** ** **** responsible *** ******** * law **** *** *** exist ** *** **** of *** ******** **********. So ** ******* **** I ***** *** ** held *********** *** *** removal ** ******* **** I ********* ****** *** ban.

*** ** ******** ** pay *** *** ******* and *********** ** **** banned *********?

**** * **** *** of ** ******* ********* clients (*** ******) ***** some ****** ********* **** was **** ******** ********* by *** ** ** competitors, *** ******** ******* rather ******: "** **** about *** ***, *** we *** *** ********** any **** ** *** equipment, *** ** **** replace *** ******* ********* cameras **** *** ******* Government ***** ** *** money ** ** **."

* ******* **** **** will ********** *** * line ** **** ******* form, **** *** ********** must ****, ******** **** they ***'* *** ****** equipment. *** ** ****** with ** ********* *** enforcement, **** **** **** lie.

*** **** ***** **** of ************ ** ****** on *** **** ******* it ** ********** **-********. It ** ** ************ leftover **** *** *** of ********. *** ****** who ***** ****** *********** will ***, *** **** likely *******.

**** *** ******* ***** loop **** ** ****. Go ***** *** ********* Bob's *******, *** ** will **** ******** *** corporation *** ************ *** business ** *** ****'* name. ***.

** *** ********** ***** these ******* **** **** fine. *** *** *** responsibility ** *** ******* agencies **********, ** *** federally ****** *************, *** on *** ***********.

***** ** * *** difference ******* ******* ******* cameras (******* * **** idea), *** ************ *** paying ******** ***** **********. (definitely * *** **** and ******** ********** ** do)

****** *** ******* **** far.

*** ** **********'* ******* is ******* **** ****: comply *** ** **** blacklisting.it’s ***** ****’** ******* a *******.

**’* ***** ****’** ******* a *******.

**’* **** ***** **** the ******* **.

*** *******, *** *** says

*********** *** ******** ** remove ******* ****************** ** video ************ ********* ** services***********...

*** ** **** ****** want * ********** ** immediately ****** ******* ********* from ********** **********?

** **** *** ** keep ** ****? ***** it ****? *** ******** it, *** ** ***** cost?

* ***** **** **** thing *** ***** **** would **** ****** ***** questions ****.

** **** *** ** keep **...

** ** ******* ********** property. *** ***'* **** it. **** ********* **********. It **** ** ** IT ****** ***** **** do * *****, ******* after *** **** ********* cycle, **** **** ******* it, ***.

** ** ******* ********** property. *** ***'* **** it.

** **** *** ***’* owe **** *** **, i *******.

*** *** **** ***** to *** *** ******** ever ***** *** ** the **** **** **** them * *** **** replacement?

* ***** **** **** thing *** ***** **** would **** ****** ***** questions ****.

****, **** ** ***** the ******* ********** ***** all. **** **** * decade ** ***, ***** with * *** ******* dollars *** **** **** have * *** ******** plus **** "********" **** will ****** *** **** is ******** ** ****.

****** *** *** *******! I've *********** *** *** ********, ****'* **** **********:

Existing ******** ********* **** ******* *** *** ****** *** ****** ****** ** ** ***** ****** **, ****. That means no leeway or loopholes for existing contracts.

*********** ******** *****, ** accordance **** *** *.***(*), modify— ******** ********** ******** contracts ** ******* *** FAR ****** *** ****** issued ** ** ***** August **, ****, ***** to ******* *** **** orders; *** ******** *********, task ******, *** ******** orders ** ******* *** FAR ****** ** ********* a ************ ** ****** the ****** ** ***********, including ********** ** ******, on ** ***** ****** 13, ****

For ********* *********, No details on how much time that actually means, and "should" is only a recommendation (as opposed to "shall").

**** ********* * ************ to ****** *** ****** of ***********, ********* ********** an ******, ** ** after ****** **, ****, contracting ******** ***** ****** the ************** *** ****** provide * ********** ****** of **** ** **** provide ****** *** ********** the ****** *** ** provide *********** **** ******** time ** ****** **** the ****** *** ******* the **************.

If * *********** ******* ****** * ********** ** ***** ****** ** ***** **************, *** ******* ***** "******* **** *** ******* ******" *** "***** *******". Not many details beyond this, but it's an indication that the DoD is preparing for some contractors that file dishhonest representations in order to keep their government business.

** ** ******* *** represented “**** ***” ** the ************** ** ********* (d)(2) ** *** ********* at *** **.***-**, *** contracting ******* *** **** on *** **************, ****** the *********** ******* *** an *********** ****** ** question *** **************. ** the *********** ******* *** an *********** ****** ** question **** **************, *** contracting ******* ***** ******* with *** ******* ****** or ********* ******** *** legal ******* ** *** to *******

System *** ***** ********** ***** *** *******. The SAM update should provide more details to the many questions contractors still have about the blacklist clause. However, this update is still in the works and DoD did not provide a specific timeline.

*** *** ******* ** working ** ****** *** to ******* * ************** for *** *********** ** 889(a)(1)(B)

contracting ******* ***'* ********* ******* *** ********** ******** **** ******* *********/********, **** *** ***** ***** *** ** ****.

** *** *********** ******* is ****** ** **** a ************* [...] **** award ***** *** ** made ** **** ******* unless * ****** ** granted.

** *** * ******* with *** ***** *** outside ******* ** ****. The ******** ** **** law ** *** ** clear ** ** ***** hope *** *** **** does *** ******** **. We **** ********* **** additional ********.

***, *** ******* *** be ***** *******. ***,*** ** ******* * webinar** ****** ** *** says *** *** ***** ask ********* ****** ****** 5th:

  • *** ** ******* * live *** ******** ******* webinar **August **, **** *:** *.*. ***. Register****
  • **** ******* ** ********* of ******* **** ***'* business ***** *** **** explain *** **** *** implementing ******* *** ** their ******** ******** *****
  • ********* **** **** ****** questions **** **** **** pre-collected **** ********
  • ****** **** ** **** questions ** ***** **** 5:00 *.*. ***, ****** 5, **** **************@***.***.
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