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There is an immense volume of products and services sold to the federal government, as well as to state and local governments, through the General Services Administration's Multiple Award Schedule program and the Department of Veterans Affairs' Schedule program. GSA and VA Schedule contracts are intended to streamline the Government's acquisition of commercial product and services, but these types of contracts have unique rules and requirements, several of which can pose significant risks to the unwary contractor. Crowell & Moring counsels its clients on a wide range of contract administration obligations, including:

  • Disclosure of pricing information on the Commercial Sales Practices form.
  • Negotiation of the Basis of Award customer.
  • Pricing changes under the Price Reductions and Economic Price Adjustment clauses.
  • Quarterly reports and payments pursuant to the Industrial Funding Fee requirement.

We also help our clients:

  • Comply with the Trade Agreements Act and defend against allegations of non-compliance.
  • Prepare for and respond to government audits and reviews.
  • Conduct internal compliance reviews to assess compliance efforts and identify gaps that need to be addressed.
  • Defend against False Claims Act allegations associated with GSA or VA Schedule performance.

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"The Biden Infrastructure Plan," CSX Legal Conference (February 26, 2021). Presenters: Robert A. Burton.
How Biden’s ‘Made in America’ Executive Order Could Impact Federal Contractors Government Executive (February 24, 2021)
Media Mentions
""A Claim By Any Other Name": Jurisdiction Over Certified Supplement to Termination Proposal," Government Contracts Bullet Points (February 23, 2021). Contacts: Nicole Owren-Wiest, Skye Mathieson, Alexandra Barbee-Garrett, Catherine O. Shames
Client Alert/Newsletter
"The Revolving Door Swings Again: Considerations & Best Practices in the New Administration," Crowell & Moring Webinar (February 23, 2021). Presenters: James G. Peyster, Robert J. Sneckenberg, and M. Yuan Zhou.
Florida Water Cyberattack Shows Need For National Defense Response (February 23, 2021). Authors: Evan D. Wolff, and Maida Oringher Lerner.
"Byte-Sized Q&A: What is Federal Contract Information?," Podcast: Byte-Sized Q&A (February 22, 2021). Contacts: Kate M. Growley, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, Evan D. Wolff, Michael G. Gruden, CIPP/G
Client Alert/Newsletter
"Fastest 5 Minutes: Suspension/Debarment, False Claims Act, and Oversight (February 19)," Podcast: Fastest 5 Minutes in Government Contracts (February 19, 2021). Contacts: Peter Eyre, Gabrielle Trujillo
Client Alert/Newsletter
Critical Infrastructure Under Siege Off The Record (February 19, 2021)
Media Mentions
""You Have to Come Down with a Sledgehammer, Not a Toothpick!" – Senator Grassley Previews Potential Amendments to Increase False Claims Act Enforcement and Recoveries," Government Contracts Bullet Points (February 18, 2021). Contacts: Brian Tully McLaughlin, Preston L. Pugh, Lyndsay A. Gorton
Client Alert/Newsletter
"Part 2 - A Look at the Top False Claims Act Developments of 2020," Crowell & Moring Webinar (February 18, 2021). Presenters: Michael Shaheen, Nkechi Kanu, and Payal Nanavati.

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