Government Contracts & Investigations

Category: Acquisition Reform and Emerging Issues

Stinson Attorneys Presenting on CMMC at NDIA Rocky Mountain Chapter

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On Tuesday, March 3, 2020, Stinson partners Susan Warshaw Ebner and Eric Whytsell will be presenting on “Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC): Guarding the Keys to the Kingdom” at a National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Rocky Mountain Chapter event in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The presentation will highlight the evolution of and latest information about theRead More

Topics: Acquisition Reform and Emerging Issues, Cyber, Data Security, and Privacy

Welcome Habib Ilahi

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We are excited to welcome Partner Habib Ilahi to our Washington, DC office—and Stinson’s Government Contracts and Investigations Group. A former Healthcare Prosecutor in the Department of Justice, Civil Division, Fraud Section, Habib assists clients on government contracting matters and special investigations, as well as healthcare litigation. https://www.stinson.com/people-HabibIlahi

Topics: Acquisition Reform and Emerging Issues

Some Tradeoff Is Better than None—and Enough to Avoid the Prohibition against LPTA

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When the FY2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) was enacted, the prohibition in Section 813(c) against the use of lowest price technically acceptable (LPTA) source selection criteria seemed fairly cut and dry. As time passes and procuring agencies adopt new evaluation schemes, however, the parameters of the prohibition are being tested. The recent Government AccountabilityRead More

Topics: Acquisition Reform and Emerging Issues, Bid Protests and the Contracting Process, Statutes and Regulations