The Alston & Bird Government Contracts team is excited to be gathered again for the annual Thomson Reuters Government Contracts Year-in-Review Conference in Washington, D.C. this week. The conference takes place at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, which, … [Continue reading] about Alston & Bird Team Returns to D.C. for Thomson Reuters Government Contracts Year-in-Review Conference
Domestic sourcing policies may soon see a major shakeup after a one-two punch this past week from the Trump Administration and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. First, earlier this month, government officials circulated plans for the … [Continue reading] about Are the Stars Aligning for a Major Shakeup of the TAA Domestic Preference Regime?
As previously discussed in a Law360 article by Jeffrey Belkin, the DOJ’s Granston memo, dated January 10, 2018, “advised DOJ attorneys that, in tandem with their decisions to decline intervention in qui tam suits, they should consider proactively … [Continue reading] about In the Aftermath of the Granston Memo, the DOJ Addresses (Some of) Grassley’s Concerns
On December 19, 2019, the U.S. General Services Administration (“GSA”) issued a final rule which amends the General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation (“GSAR”) regarding project delivery methods for construction. This rule, effective … [Continue reading] about Construction-Manager-As-Constructor Recognized as an Acceptable Project Delivery Method in Federal Contracts
As a result of heightened tension between the United States and Iran, companies, especially those that do business with the Federal Government and with the Department of Defense in particular, would be well-advised to take immediate steps to confirm … [Continue reading] about Warning: Iranian Cyber Response Possible Against Government Contractors