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“Government Contracts” doesn’t just mean the Federal Government. States, counties, and local governments purchase goods and services, and their purchases are also subject to laws and regulations that protect the contractors’ interests. But each jurisdiction has its own laws, its own procedures, and its own court or board where disputes are heard. Contractors should not try to navigate this alone.

Our attorneys have experience assisting contractors at all phases of the procurement process in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. This includes review of contracts and negotiations with contracting officers from all of these jurisdiction, as well as litigation before the Maryland State Board of Contract Appeals, the District of Columbia Contract Appeals Board, and the state courts of Virginia.