Hennessy, Boe & Gondring, P.A. -Kansas City Government Contract Attorneys
The United States Government is, by far, the single largest purchaser of goods and services in the world. State and local governments around the country procure even more goods on top of this. Each is federal agency and state or local entity is governed by its own set of rules and contracting procedure. The attorneys of Hennessy, Boe & Gondring, P.A. have more than thirty years of experience in helping contractors obtain and successfully perform their federal, state and local government contracts, from source selection to contract close-out. We provide an affordable and effective alternative to the Washington and coastal firms. We practice federal government contracts nationwide; including representation before the federal agencies, boards of contract appeals, General Accountability Office, and U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Our clients range from small micro-businesses to large companies with numerous government contracts.
Our practice encompasses all aspects of government contract law, including:
Protests before government agencies, the GAO and U.S. Court of Federal Claims, including advice and counsel with respect to forum selection, debriefings, hearings, and cost requests, including attorney’s fee applications;
Procurement advice and counsel concerning competitive range, mistakes in bid, sole source decisions, set-aside decisions, past performance determinations, IDIQ and task order questions, equal treatment of bidder questions, organizational conflicts of interest, and best value determinations;
Utilizing small business programs, such as 8(a), woman-owned small business, HUBZone businesses, and service disabled veterans; affiliation rules, mentor-protégé agreements, joint venture, teaming and subcontracting agreements; small business subcontracting plans, and litigation before the SBA Office of Hearings and Appeals.
Contract procurement and management issues, such as GSA schedule contracts, ethic’s compliance, FOIA requests, privatization, warranty and acceptance issues;
Equitable adjustment requests, claims, and claims litigation, including subcontractor disputes;
Fraud issues, including false claims, qui tam litigation, defective pricing, Inspector General investigations and audits, suspension and debarment actions, and fraud investigations, and compliance.
We invite you to learn more about how we can help you be successful with your next government contract. Our attorneys welcome your call.