Federal Supplier Climate Risks and Resilience proposed rule: What it means for GovCons

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Should the Federal Supplier Climate Risks and Resilience proposed rule become final, federal government contractors would be required to publicly disclose their GHG emissions, assess climate-related financial risks, and set science-based emissions reduction targets.

However, the proposed rule is still within the 60-day comment period.

We’ve laid out what GovCons should know about this proposed rule including in-depth background, how it could affect them, and important timeline information.

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