What Happens After a Grand Jury Indictment?

For Government Contractors: Navigating Procurement Fraud Grand Jury Indictments Does Indictment Always Mean Jail Time? Debunking the Misconception The term “indictment” for a government contractor often brings about images of handcuffs, courtrooms, and jail cells. It’s a word that carries a heavy weight and stress, and for many, it’s synonymous… Read more »

Tips for Filing Court of Federal Claims Bid Protests (COFC)

Deciding on whether to file a Court of Federal Claims bid protest versus GAO protest or the agency-level protest can be tricky too many government contractors. At the end of the day, many contractors seeking to save revenues worth millions of dollars find that closing bridges or giving up rights… Read more »

Signs of Being Under Investigation

Find out if you’re under government investigation as a federal contractor.  When investigators contact you, or agents serve you with a subpoena request, or you receive a DOJ target letter, you must be very careful of how you proceed next. When looking at obvious and not-so-obvious signs of being under… Read more »

GAO Says No Additional Strengths Warranted in Technical Proposal Protest

Federal government contractors should be well aware that not all technical proposals receive a higher evaluation score or additional technical strength simply because the company added more than what the solicitation called for. Although you may have truly included more than what the government called for, there are still additional… Read more »