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From its simple roots as a "contracting out" policy, privatization has not only survived changes and turnover in the executive and legislative branches, but has steadily evolved and grown as a result of new government reform policies and legislation. Privatization now spans the spectrum of activities from public-private competitions to public-private partnering, to energy savings performance contracts. The experience of Crowell & Moring Government Contracts lawyers extends over this spectrum of activities.

Our Clients

Our clients include contractors who are competing directly against the government and also contractors who are teamed up with public entities or are competing against public-private combinations. These public-private competitions and partnerships present novel issues, such as organizational conflicts of interest, that Crowell & Moring has had a direct hand in shaping.

Typical Issues

The issues we typically press for clients in privatization matters include: OMB Circular A-76 counseling and protests, public-private partnering, Energy Savings Performance contracts, depot-level maintenance competitions, organizational conflicts of interest, and legislative developments.

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"Fastest 5 Minutes: COVID Vaccine Requirements for Contractors, Revolving Door, and Small Business Matters," Podcast: Fastest 5 Minutes in Government Contracts (September 21, 2021). Contacts: Peter Eyre, M. Yuan Zhou
Client Alert/Newsletter
"COFC Refuses to Expand Blue & Gold and Requires Army to Consider Performance Risk in Cost Realism Evaluation," Government Contracts Bullet Points (September 20, 2021). Contacts: Anuj Vohra, Robert J. Sneckenberg, William B. O'Reilly, Karla V. Perez Chacon, John E. McCarthy Jr.
Client Alert/Newsletter
"COVID-19 Vaccination and Safety Considerations Following Biden Administration’s New Vaccine Mandate Initiatives," Crowell & Moring Webinar (September 17, 2021). Speakers: Thomas P. Gies, Katie Erno, Janet Walker, Michelle D. Coleman, and Daniel W. Wolff.
Speech/Presentation
"FAR Updated to Conform with Prior SBA Changes to its Regulations," Government Contracts Bullet Points (September 16, 2021). Contacts: Amy Laderberg O'Sullivan, Olivia Lynch, Michael E. Samuels, Zachary Schroeder
Client Alert/Newsletter
“The Next Sixty Years: Trends and Watch Items in Government Contracting,” 60th Annual National Seminar on Government Contracts (September 15, 2021). Speaker: Michelle D. Coleman.
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FAR Conformed to the “New” Limitations on Subcontracting Methodology at 13 C.F.R. § 125.6 (September 15, 2021). Authors: Amy Laderberg O'Sullivan, Olivia Lynch, Michael E. Samuels and Zachary Schroeder.
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Assessing Good Faith Efforts to Comply with a Small Business Subcontracting Plan (September 15, 2021). Authors: Amy Laderberg O'Sullivan, Olivia Lynch, Michael E. Samuels and Zachary Schroeder.
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"President Biden Announces Six-Pronged Plan to Combat COVID-19, With Implications for Both the Private and Public Sector," Labor & Employment Law Alert - US (September 10, 2021). Contacts: Peter Eyre, Thomas P. Gies, Eric Su, Daniel W. Wolff, Michelle D. Coleman, Katie Erno, Christine B. Hawes, Kimberley Johnson
Client Alert/Newsletter
"President Biden Announces National Vaccination Strategy: Contractors Are Subject to New Vaccine Requirements," Government Contracts Bullet Points (September 10, 2021). Contacts: Michelle D. Coleman, Stephen J. McBrady, Nicole Owren-Wiest, Peter Eyre, Thomas P. Gies, Skye Mathieson, John Nakoneczny
Client Alert/Newsletter
"GAO Rules that DoD May Not Require a Small Business Joint Venture Itself to Hold Facility Clearance," Government Contracts Bullet Points (September 8, 2021). Contacts: Peter Eyre, Adelicia R. Cliffe, Jonathan M. Baker, Olivia Lynch, Michael E. Samuels
Client Alert/Newsletter

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