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When companies or individuals receive a notice of suspension or debarment actions, allegations of wire fraud leading to debarment or some other covered transaction, there is immediate frustration, anger and a need to retaliate. However, to successfully handle your response to a debarring official, you want to specifically address the issues that he or she looks for.
Government Contract Suspension and Debarment Attorney Services
Our federal government contract law attorneys work diligently to minimize your chances of getting debarred by:
- Investigating facts surrounding alleged actions
- Statutory debarment legal counsel
- Help with administrative agreements.
- Preparing a thorough response to suspension or debarment actions;
- Representing companies with government contract awards at debarment hearings;
- Violation of FAR Mandatory Disclosure Rule
- Presenting relevant information in the debarment process IAW with 2 CFR 1200.860 that can help the SDO to reach a conclusion that your company is responsible.
- Negotiating more favorable results;
- OIG exclusion and responding to a notice of proposed debarment;
- Limitations on subcontracting
- Cases regarding fraud and not meeting small business subcontracting plan requirements
- Procurement fraud allegations for defense contractors
- Help for employees debarred from small business set-asides
- Conducting training and developing internal policies and controls;
- Drafting and negotiating administrative compliance agreements; and
- Providing litigation and support in debarment proceedings
To speak in confidence with a federal government debarment lawyer, call Toll Free 1-866-601-5518.
Many federal contractors are not fully aware of the issues that statutes and require the debarment officials to look at. Companies must understand that when it comes to debarment and suspension of government contractors, agencies look for certain responses to make sure that you are a responsible contractor.
- We provide help for small businesses and larger defense contractors nationwide to avoid the federal debarment process.
- We have achieved favorable results for many of our clients.
- You can now avoid costly legal mistakes made by contractors or individuals without a gov contracts debarment lawyer or procurement fraud attorney.
Your response to a proposed suspension or debarment action is critical to the outcome
Responding to a proposed debarment from government contracts requires thought and a deep understanding of how to address the debarring official while still focusing on a win-win result for our clients. There must be a balance between responding to all allegations and showing the debarment official that you or your company is presently responsible by preponderance of the evidence standard and that you should continue to work for or do business with the government.
- While responding to suspension or debarment actions, you may also have other federal criminal cases going on.
- You should be aware of contractor defenses to procurement fraud and False Claims Act.
- If you are debarred from government contracts, remember that what you say in one case can impact the outcome of another.
- Avoid making false statements to the government
Tip: Sometimes government contractors face other situations alongside a debarment or suspension action. Our DC law firm will compile the right team of professionals to handle the various issues simultaneously.
At Watson & Associates, LLC our Washington DC based lawyers frequently help businesses and individuals to minimize the impact of being placed on the debarment list or suspending from doing business with the federal government including loan programs.
Lead attorney: Wojciech Z. Kornacki
Watson’s federal suspension and debarment lawyers also provide guidance and consulting when there is a government investigation that can lead to debarment and suspension actions.
With over 30 years of overall experience in federal government procurement, our CO and Washington DC firm understands the contractor responsibility issues that can arise and are in a better position to help our clients.
Federal Debarment Definition FAR 9.4?
Under federal procurement regulations, when it comes to being suspended or debarred, debarred is defined to mean that the government can prohibit your company from doing business with the government for a specified period of time, usually up to three years. FAR 9.4 is the common reference to debar government contractors.
Overseas and Nationwide Help
Our Federal suspension and debarment lawyers provide legal counsel to defense contractors facing throughout the United States and overseas including Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington DC, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and Virgin Islands. Call our federal debarment lawyers today for immediate help. 1-866-601-5518. We help with cases in Dubai, Afghanistan, Iraq contractors and Saudi Arabia.
Additional Federal Debarment and Suspension Information
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If your company is debarred from federal contracts, call our Washington DC government contracts attorneys and suspension and debarment lawyers at 1-866-601-5518 for immediate help.