Public sector procurement presents contractors and government agencies with unique statutory and regulatory considerations that require specific knowledge and experience. We help public procurement clients manage risk and ensure regulatory compliance.
Areas of our counsel in government contracts include:
- Development and review of solicitation documents (IFB, RFP, RFQ)
- Federal, state and local general law, including competitive procurement procedures and bid protests of publicly funded capital improvement projects
- Regulatory complaince and licensing
- Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) audits
Our attorneys assist contractors in public bid protests. We assess the validity of owners’ proposals, bidding mistakes, responsiveness of other contractors’ bids, and other issues associated with the public bidding process.
We also assist general contractors, subcontractors and design professionals, in obtaining and complying with professional licensing requirements under state and local laws. We have extensive experience in successfully representing our clients before license review boards.
Elmore Goldsmith Kelley & deHoll helps clients establish and maintain sound business practices, evaluate and implement internal compliance programs and defend interests in investigations and contract claims.
Contact us if you need assistance with any aspect of the public procurement process.