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Government Contracts

Contracting with the federal and state government is a complex undertaking filled with nuances, risk and pitfalls. Success in this competitive industry requires a deep understanding of the relevant statutes, regulations, roles, agency operations, and politics. Extensive knowledge of best practices and strategy is critical to navigate through government contracts.

Carney Badley’s construction department has significant experience representing contractors and subcontractors of all sizes in all phases of the procurement process. We are here to help. Our services include counseling and proactive dispute avoidance, government contractor compliance, suspension and debarment, claims, bid protests, and litigation in state, federal courts, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and the Federal Board of Contract Appeals.
For decades, our attorneys have advised clients on issues such as bidding, compliance, investigation and audit, requests for equitable adjustment and claims on government projects throughout the Pacific Northwest, including Fairchild Air Force Base, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Naval Base Kitsap (Bangor), Naval Air Station Whidbey Island and Fort Lewis in Washington. We have prosecuted claims on federal projects located as far south as Columbia, as far north as Elmendorf Air Force Base and Fort Wainwright in Alaska, and as far west as Korea. Closer to home, our attorneys routinely represent clients in matters involving Sound Transit, Washington State Department of Transportation, Port of Seattle, University of Washington, cities of Seattle, Tacoma and Spokane, and King, Pierce and Spokane Counties. We go where our clients need us, using our experience and team-oriented approach to deliver the best results possible.
With a proven track record, Carney Badley is ready to assist you from the beginning to the end of the procurement process. Our seasoned attorneys partner with our clients so that you can benefit from our broad range of industry, political and government experience.

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