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Nathaniel Greeson helps clients solve government contracts challenges. Nathaniel represents clients in a range of government procurement issues, including bid protests, claims, disputes, audits and investigations. He has extensive experience with GAO bid protests, agency-level protests, Court of Federal Claims (COFC) bid protests, and SBA OHA size and NAICS appeals, as well as experience with agency-level requests for equitable adjustments (REA) and claims, and Boards of Contract Appeals claims. View articles by Nathaniel.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provides funding to eligible applicants under the Public Assistance (PA) program to help applicants in responding to and recovering from presidentially declared major disasters and emergencies. For PA applicants who are denied PA funding, there is a mandatory administrative appeal process managed for and by FEMA. If that appeal

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 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

The Interagency Suspension and Debarment Committee (ISDC) recently issued its annual report to Congress on federal government suspension and debarment activities for fiscal year (FY) 2020. Key takeaways from the year’s ISDC report are discussed below.

What is the ISDC Suspension and Debarment Report?

Created by Executive Order 12549, the ISDC is an interagency