Government Contracts Navigator
Welcome to Government Contracts Navigator. We thank you for reading. This blog provides insight and analysis on emerging issues facing the government contracting industry, from new statutes and regulations to enforcement trends to major cases of interest. Our goal is to provide practical guidance on these developments to legal and compliance professionals, and others supporting the missions of public customers nationwide. We welcome your feedback on the blog, including requests to cover new topics. You can contact us here.
Our Government Contracts Practice
Blank Rome maintains a nationally recognized, multidisciplinary government contracts practice that represents contractors in all aspects of federal, state, and local procurement law—from contract formation through close-out. Our clients span the industry, from companies new to the public sector to those in the Fortune 500, and include leaders in the defense, professional services, information technology, maritime, aviation, healthcare, energy, and construction sectors.
Our practice is widely recognized for our success in helping contractors resolve their most significant government contracts matters, including bid protests, claims, dispute resolution and litigation, government audits and investigations, False Claims Act (“FCA”) cases, mandatory disclosure issues, suspension and debarment, small business programs, and complex regulatory matters. For additional information, please visit www.BlankRome.com/GovContracts.
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