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Aron Beezley is the co-leader of Bradley’s nationally ranked Government Contracts Practice Group. Ranked nationally himself in Government Contracts Law by ChambersLaw360Benchmark Litigation, and Super Lawyers, Aron’s vast experience includes representation of government contractors in numerous industries and in all aspects of the government-contracting process, including negotiation, award, performance and termination.

Bradley’s Government Contracts Practice Group recently published a Law360 Expert Analysis article entitled “The 5 Most Important Bid Protest Decisions of 2023.” This article provides summaries of the most noteworthy bid protest decisions from the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and the Government Accountability Office in 2023 and discusses how these cases might shape future

The Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA), in the case of StructSure Projects, Inc., recently granted COVID-19-related costs to a contractor under a fixed-price contract. The key facts, holdings, and takeaways from this noteworthy case are discussed below.   

The Facts

The government awarded the contractor a fixed-price task order for design and alteration

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) recently issued a rule that finalizes, without change, the SBA’s November 17, 2022 interim provisions that adjusted monetary-based industry size standards (i.e., receipts-and assets-based) for inflation.

Specifically, this rule finalizes the following three interim final actions, which Bradley previously reported on:

  • First, this rule finalizes an

The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, in U.S. ex rel. Bid Solve, Inc. v. CWS Marketing Group, Inc., et al., recently issued a decision in a False Claims Act (FCA) case that has potentially far-reaching implications for small-business government contractors and how they calculate and report their average annual “receipts” for