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Government Contract Attorney Services We Offer


Roberts Attorneys, P.A. emphasizes representation of businesses competing for and performing Government Contracts and Subcontracts before the Comptroller General, the Federal Courts, and the Boards of Contract Appeals. We also represents clients in legislative and rulemaking efforts relating to Government Contracts.

We have an active practice representing businesses through the entire Government Contracting and Subcontracting process.  Some of what we do includes: Bid protests at the agency level, before the Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims; contract claims and litigation before Boards of Contract Appeals; the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Court; suspensions, debarments, and compliance issues; size protests and size appeals before the Small Business Administration Office of Hearings and Appeals (“SBAOHA”); concerning organizational conflicts of interest; suspension and debarment proceedings.  We have represented trade associations in procurement related agency rule making proceedings and have filed amicus curiae briefs on behalf of trade associations.  The firm also represents clients in overturning government contract terminations, including terminations for default and terminations for convenience settlements.

Roberts Attorneys, P.A. emphasizes representation of businesses competing for and performing Government Contracts and Subcontracts before the Comptroller General, the Federal Courts, and the Boards of Contract Appeals. We also represents clients in legislative and rule making efforts relating to Government Contracts.

We practice before all procuring agencies including the Department of Defense (“DoD”), Army, Navy, Air Force, Defense Logistics Agency (“DLA”), Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”), the General Services Administration (“GSA”), the Department of Justice (“DOJ”), Small Business Administration (“SBA”) and Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”), as well as Agencies involved with National Security.

Some of the Government Contracting arenas we work in are:

  • Federal Acquisition Regulation (“FAR”) (and Supplements) Compliance
  • Formation and Negotiation of Contracts and Subcontract
  • Teaming Agreements, Joint Venture Arrangements, and Independent Consultant Agreements; Non-Disclosure Agreements
  • Employee Confidentiality, Severance and Non-Compete Agreements; Primary and Subcontractor Disputes
  • Contract Review and Interpretation; Solicitation Review and Risk Assessments; Proposal Reviews and Evaluation
  • Bid Protests (pre and post-award)
  • Contract Administration and Claims
  • Formation of Separate Government Contracting Entities
  • Organizational Conflicts of Interest Issues (including Mitigation Plans)
  • Defense Contract Auditing Agency (and other agency audits)
  • Government Investigations and Proceedings
  • Internal and External Investigations; Suspension and Debarment Proceedings
  • Post-Government Employment Issues
  • Data Rights, Trademark, Copyright, Trade Secret Issues in Government Contracting
  • Procurement Integrity Act Issues
  • FAR and Cost Accounting Standards (“CAS”) Issues
  • Small and Disadvantaged Business Issues; Set-Aside Procurements; Compliance with Small Business Qualification
  • Requirements; SBA 8(a) Business Development Program; Women-Owned (WOSB) and Economically Disadvantaged
  • Women-Owned Small Businesses (EDWOSB);  Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Concerns (SDVOSBC);
  • Mentor-Protégé Programs
  • Small Business Administration (“SBA”) Size and North American Industry Classification System (“NAICS”)Protests
  • Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA”) Requests and “Reverse FOIA” Defenses Against FOIA Disclosures
  • GSA Multiple Award Schedule Contracts
  • False Claims Act Issues
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Due Diligence Reviews (Buy and Sell Side)
  • Stock and Asset Purchase Agreement Negotiations
  • Novation and Change-of-Name Agreements
  • Letters of Intent
  • Ethics Compliance; Codes of Conduct; Ethics Compliance Training and Programs; Voluntary and Mandatory Disclosures
  • Export Controls Compliance and Training; Export Controls Compliance Policies and Procedures
  • ITAR and EAR Issues
  • Empowered Official Issues
  • Notification Issues
  • Voluntary Disclosures and Responses to Government Investigations
  • National Industrial Security Issues
  • Foreign Ownership, Control or Influence Issues; Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States Issues; Buy America
  • Act Issues
  • Facility and Personnel Security Clearance Issues (including appeals of security clearance denials before the Defense Office of
  • Hearings and Appeals)
  • Proxy Agreements, Special Security Agreements (and related agreements)
  • Service Contract Act Issues
  • Fair Labor Standards Act Issues
  • Office of Federal Contract Compliance Program Issues

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