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Government Contracting

Apr
21
2017

Understanding Government Contract Terminations

By Meghan Leemon

It is important for prime contractors to understand what it means if its contract with the Federal Government is terminated... More

Apr
18
2017

Get a Handle on Changing Leave Laws

By Nichole Atallah and Meghan Leemon

Picking up work across states can be challenging for any employer, particularly with respect to employment law, and it's not... More

Apr
14
2017

Government Asking for More Transparency on Federal Contracts Over 150K

By Dana Livne and John Shoraka

For years the federal government has attempted to increase transparency in the federal marketplace and last month, U.S. Senators Claire... More

Apr
10
2017

What Every Contractor Should Know About Requests for Equitable Adjustment

By Michelle Litteken

Government contractors quickly learn to expect the unexpected. While working on a construction contract, a contractor may encounter undisclosed utility... More

Mar
29
2017

CVE Extends Verification Eligibility Period: What This Means for VOSBs

By Peter Ford

Last week, the Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”) final rule extending the eligibility period for participation in the VA VetBiz... More

 
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It is important for prime contractors to understand what it means if its contract with
Picking up work across states can be challenging for any employer, particularly with respect to
For years the federal government has attempted to increase transparency in the federal marketplace and
In a pair of recent cases, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit
Government contractors quickly learn to expect the unexpected. While working on a construction contract, a