Competing for government business can be complicated and demanding. But, for the successful government contractor, the effort can be rewarding. Government purchasers of goods and services – federal, state, local, and foreign – constitute an immense and growing marketplace. Womble Carlyle’s Government Contracts team is prepared to assist you in navigating the challenges of government contracting – from the initial competition to the final close-out of the contract. Our attorneys are also uniquely equipped to assist government contractors with the regulatory hurdles faced when selling goods, technologies and services abroad. Our government contracts practice is nationwide in scope, and our attorneys have represented clients in all sectors – defense and aerospace, technology and services, computer and electronics, banking and financial services, universities and non-profits, pharmaceuticals and bio-tech, real estate and construction.
Articles & Client Alerts
- A Reduction in the Utility of Civil Investigative Demands and the Interpretive Narrowing of "Person" under the False Claims Act
- The Re-emergence of the Purchase and Licensing of Technical Data Packages for Second Source Procurement or Sustainment
- More Major Changes in DoD Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software for Government Contractors
- You Say You Aren‘t A Government Contractor – Or Is It Just Wishful Thinking?
- SBIR Improvements -- Allowing Majority Investor Participation and More
- Government Contractors -- What Can the Public See Now?
- Government Contractors - Fifth Circuit Upholds Exclusivity of Defense Base Act Compensation Scheme for Injuries to Federal Contractors Overseas
- Texting While Driving Policies "ENCOURAGED" for Government Contractors
- A Potpourri of Small Business Program Changes
- DoD Set to Withhold Contract Payments
- Government Contractor's/Subcontractor's Information and Compensation Go On Internet In Transparency Rule -- Be Aware
- Made in Taiwan" Now OK for Sales to U.S. Government
- The President's Memorandum -- Does It Really Change Government Contracting
- Executive Order To Reduce "Disruption" of Service Contract Performance -- Is It De Facto Unionization?
- Bad News and Good News for Government Contractors: Mandatory Disclosures and COTS Exemptions
- Federal Government Contractors And Subcontractors Now Must Have Codes of Business Ethics and Conduct