Government Contract Mistakes
Success in Government Contracts Means Avoiding Costly Mistakes
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- Comply with small business subcontracting plans
- Avoid mistakes in the bidding process
- Avoid costly mistakes that lead to fraud and debarment
Watson & Associates’ federal contracts practice provides sound legal advice and representation to small businesses and large corporations that are doing, or want to do, business with the federal government. Our lawyers and consultants are prepared to help your company develop and maintain adverse-free relationships with federal government contracting agencies. Avoiding mistakes and creating proactive internal policies are the key ingredients for success. Our attorneys help you to accomplish this by utilizing our 45 years of combined experienced as executive contracting for DOD agencies and our experienced day-to-day legal experience. We handle some of the toughest issues in government contract law. These can range from bid protests, termination and appeal disputes, procurement integrity issues and legislative guidance.
Federal contracts law is very complex and sometimes confusing. This is where our law firm can guide you away from common mistakes made and better prepare you for success from the bidding process all the way to contract closeout.
Federal Contracts for Small Businesses/Minority-Owned Businesses
Federal contracting represents a significant opportunity for small businesses and minority-owned businesses. A meaningful share of federal contracts allocated for small and minority-owned businesses are never awarded. Watson & Associates has developed a road-map for small businesses to follow for successful bidding and proposal writing in addition to litigation avoidance. Contact us to find out how we can help you with federal government contracts.
Avoid Costly Mistakes in Federal Government Contracts
As you progress through the critical stages of federal contracts, you want to avoid some of the common mistakes made by businesses. Watson frequently advises corporations to avoid mistakes that include:
- Marketing to the federal government in the same fashion as the commercial market
- Failure to develop separate internal controls and policies specifically tailored to federal contracting
- Failing to adequately prepare and understand that critical aspects of government contract law which applies to your contracts (FAR Clauses)
- Taking direction from contracting officer representatives (COR)
- Improper use of teaming agreements and joint ventures
- Only utilizing a government contracts lawyer when litigation arises instead of proactive measures
Contact us to Serve as Outside Counsel for Government Contract Law Matters
For cost-effective solutions and to have immediate access to counsel for government contracting matters, contact the attorneys at Watson & Associates, LLC. Call toll free 1-866-601-5518 for a free consultation.
Federal goverment contract law our lawyers to represent clients in virtually any state. Contrary to common belief, you do not have to retain a Washington, D.C. lawyer to represent you. The Watson group serves government contractors in Denver, Colorado; Wyoming; Washington State; California; Maryland; New Mexico; Kansas and Nebraska; New York; Los Angeles; San Francisco; Chicago, Illinois; Michigan; Pennsylvania; Virginia; North Carolina; South Carolina; Arkansas; Colorado Springs; Utah; Oklahoma; Ohio; Maine; Florida; Texas; Nevada; Maryland; Louisiana; Las Vegas; Georgia; Hawaii; Alaska; Washington, D.C.; West Virginia; Florida; Indiana; Washington State; Mississippi; California, Tennessee; Tampa; Miami; Virgin Islands; Rhode Island; Vermont; Wisconsin; Minnesota; Missouri; Virginia; Delaware; Connecticut; Arizona; New Hampshire; Massachusetts and Montana. Cities for our proposal writing services also include San Diego, Dallas, Miami, Atlanta, Anchorage, San Francisco, Denver, Colorado Springs, Indianapolis, Austin, San Antonio, Philadelphia, Santa Clara, San Jose, Port Huenme, Point Mugu, Seal Beach and Chicago.