Small Business Contracts

Representing Small Business Government Contractors

A small business contracts lawyer from the Federal Practice Group offers legal representation for a wide range of government contract small business issues, including initial eligibility screening, application preparation, requests for reconsideration of application denials, appeals of application denials, annual review submittals and continuing eligibility reviews, and termination reviews and appeals.

We understand the needs of small businesses and work one-on-one with our clients to provide them with the knowledge and tools they need.  We work with you to help you utilize all of the benefits available to companies of your size and to avoid potential pitfalls for contractors unfamiliar with SBA requirements. 

Our government contract attorneys have experience with the 8(a) program, the various Mentor Protégé programs, the Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) program, the Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) program, the Veteran-Owned (VO) program, the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) program, and the Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) program.

Taking Care of Your Contract Needs

Our attorneys routinely counsel and represent small business government contractors. We closely follow new small business regulations and case law developments to ensure our clients avoid the pitfalls of navigating the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) regulations.  

If you are a small business owner looking to compete in the government contracting realm, contact a small business contracts lawyer with the Federal Practice Group today! 

What Makes Us Different

Elite Bid Protest Team

Deep Litigation Experience & Success Involving COFC and ABSCA Claims

Millions in CDA Claims Recovered

Frequently Asked Questions

Government contracting refers to the process through which federal, state, or local government agencies purchase goods and services from private businesses or individuals to fulfill their operational needs and public services. 

Government contracting is regulated by various laws and regulations, including the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), agency-specific regulations, the Competition in Contracting Act (CICA), the False Claims Act, and various socio-economic programs. 

The FAR is a set of rules and guidelines issued by the federal government that govern the acquisition process for all executive agencies. It covers various aspects of contracting, including procurement procedures, contract administration, and contractor responsibilities. 

We assist clients by reviewing and understanding relevant regulations, ensuring they have appropriate policies and procedures in place, providing training on compliance, and conducting internal audits to identify and address potential issues. 

A bid protest is a formal complaint filed by a bidder or offeror who believes that a government procurement process was conducted unfairly, improperly, or in violation of procurement laws and regulations. 

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