The federal government spends billions of dollars on products and services annually. It’s the largest contracting party and purchaser of goods, property and services in the world. Although the upsides to doing business with the government are tremendous, government contractors can quickly become consumed by a sea of contractual, regulatory and legislative requirements. Navigating these complexities and dealing with the unique government contracting processes and procedures can present many challenges even to experienced contractors.
From pre-award advice and counsel through post-delivery claims and dispute resolution, we assist clients with every aspect and phase of federal procurement. Representing domestic and international clients in all areas of federal supply, service and construction contracts, we counsel clients on matters of corporate organization and ethical compliance with the complex rules and laws governing federal procurements. We also assist and advise our clients on small business, minority business enterprise (MBE) and disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) issues, as well as teaming agreements, joint venture agreements and mentor-protégé agreements.
We have unique expertise in Postal Service Contracting matters, where we apply our government contracts knowledge to the Postal Service’s own procurement rules and regulations.
We also have extensive experience assisting clients in connection with allegations of violation of the False Claims Act and other federal statutes relating to government procurement and claims.
Our services include: