Polsinelli Podcast - Conducting Business With the Obama Administration

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The U.S. government is the largest purchaser of supplies and services in the world. That means everything from paper clips to satellite communication services. Contractors who do so must follow a large body of strict rules involving matters of ethics, affirmative action and procedural issues. In this week's "Inside Law," Polsinelli Government Contracts Practice Chair Walter Wilson explains what businesses need to know before conducting business with the Federal See more +
The U.S. government is the largest purchaser of supplies and services in the world. That means everything from paper clips to satellite communication services. Contractors who do so must follow a large body of strict rules involving matters of ethics, affirmative action and procedural issues. In this week's "Inside Law," Polsinelli Government Contracts Practice Chair Walter Wilson explains what businesses need to know before conducting business with the Federal Government.

About Walter Wilson

With more than 40 years of procurement law and litigation experience, Mr. Wilson is the leader of the firm's Government Contracts practice, and he is involved in all phases of government contracting, representing domestic and international clients in all areas of federal supply, service and construction contracts. He is experienced with bid protests, compliance with federal laws and regulations, Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) and compliance audits, federal supply schedule procurements, contract administration, change order negotiations, claims and disputes. While his practice emphasizes claims avoidance strategies and alternative dispute resolution, Mr. Wilson is experienced in matters involving complex and lengthy litigation before federal and state courts and administrative boards. He has successfully tried and/or settled claims and disputes for many millions of dollars on behalf of his clients. See less -

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Topics:  Federal Contractors, Obama Administration

Published In: Government Contracting Updates