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Government Procurement Contracting

Procurement contracting with government agencies can present unique challenges. From bid proposal to project completion, doing business with government agencies can trigger a multitude of regulations, procedures and laws governing both the government entity and the private vendor. We successfully guide both our private and public sector clients through the complexities of dealing with government contracts by providing enhanced, full service legal talent. Our attorneys provide sound, thorough legal advice on the broad array of legal issues that may arise in government contracts.

Legal services provided to private vendors include:

  • Compliance with Federal, State and local procurement requirements
  • Bidder challenges and protests
  • Contract negotiations
  • Compliance and performance requirements
  • Subcontracting issues
  • Ethics compliance (campaign contributions, “revolving door” employment, for example)
  • Affirmative action requirements
  • MBE (minority business enterprise) and WBE (women business enterprise) certification
  • Assistance with the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses program
  • Government investigations
  • False Claims Act litigation
  • Suspension and disbarment proceedings
  • Protection of trade secrets
  • Technology and cybersecurity

Legal services provided to governmental entities include:

  • Drafting requests for proposals
  • Compliance with competitive bidding requirements
  • Single and sole source procurement
  • Contract negotiations
  • Termination for cause
  • Wicks Law compliance
  • Affirmative action requirements
  • Prevailing and living wage requirements
  • Debarment proceedings 

Our attorneys know how to navigate all phases of the procurement process across various industries from solicitation, negotiation, acquisition, performance, to claims and disputes. For any questions regarding government contracts, please contact any of the attorneys in the Government Procurement Contracting Practice.