Providing services and selling goods to the government – whether at federal, state or local levels – presents businesses with tremendous and unique opportunities but also significant challenges and risks. Meeting government guidelines and contract requirements can be complex and complicated. We advise a broad range of clients on these issues, from privately held businesses to Alaska Native corporations to large, publicly traded corporations.
How We Can Help
Whether your company is competing for its first government contract or grant or has a long history of working with dozens of agencies, Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot attorneys can provide guidance to help your business identify, manage and minimize its risks and ensure compliance with complex federal, state or local regulations and procurement programs.
- Government contracts and compliance
- Bid protests
- Small business development and 8(a)
- Federal concessions and recreation law
- Joint ventures
- Corporate, business and commercial law
- Construction law
Our deep knowledge of government contracts law helps our clients benefit from the business opportunities available while avoiding the pitfalls that often challenge companies that are unfamiliar with the vast number, complexity and uniqueness of regulations and compliance requirements in the field of federal contracting.
For Answers to Your Questions, Call Today
Contact a knowledgeable Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot attorney today to learn more about how we help support your needs. To schedule a consultation, contact lead attorney Jon M. DeVore, or call our Washington, D.C. office at 202-659-5800. You can also email us and we will be in touch as soon as possible.