Trenam's government contracting attorneys focus on all aspects of federal procurement law, from bid protests and bid protest litigation; terminations for convenience and default; qui tam and other government contract fraud investigations and litigation; preparation of non-disclosure and teaming agreements; preparation of government subcontracts; advice and assistance in responding to RFPs; Davis-Bacon/ Service Contract Act issues; FOIA requests; DCAA/ DCMA audits; ITAR compliance; and SBDA/ SDVOB contracting.
Core Services Include:
Our government contracting attorneys have had experience as military judge advocates involved in various aspects of procurement law for the government and bring that experience in assisting clients in bid and disputes issues. From assistance with the drafting of REAs and certified claims to representing clients before the Armed Services and Civilian Boards of Contract Appeals, Trenam's procurement attorneys have the experience to assist in the successful bidding, compliance with contract requirements, and the resolution of government contract disputes. Teaming with Trenam's business attorneys, our government contract attorneys assist clients in establishing relationships for obtaining successful awards and performing government contracts.
Experienced in every aspect of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), Trenam's government contracting attorneys assist with advice and counsel on change orders and claims. Proactively counseling our clients, reviewing solicitations and performing risk analyses, our procurement attorneys provide unique service in all areas of government contract law.
Trenam's government contracting attorneys are active in the American Bar Association’s Public Contract Law Section, the ABA Forum on Construction Law’s Division 13 on Government Contracting, and various industry groups including the National Defense Industrial Association and the Florida League of Defense Contractors, on which one of our attorneys sits as a board member. Trenam's procurement attorneys have edited and authored articles and books on all aspects of government contracting, including government contracting and fiscal law outside of the United States.