Ms. Lange counsels government contractors in all aspects of contracting with the federal government. She has extensive experience with the review and interpretation of solicitations, bid and proposal preparation, and the drafting and negotiation of prime contracts, subcontracts, joint venture agreements and teaming agreements. She routinely counsels large and small businesses on the federal government’s small business and mentor-protege programs. She also provides advice on government contract compliance requirements, assists in constructing and implementing mandatory compliance programs, provides ethics training, and performs compliance audits.
Ms. Lange has successfully litigated numerous bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and the Court of Federal Claims, including multi-million dollar bid protests involving information technology procurements and OMB Circular A-76 competitions. The types of protest issues have included: best value determinations, including price-technical tradeoff decisions; past performance evaluations; cost and price realism analyses; application of evaluation factors; compliance with solicitation requirements and responsiveness of proposals; meaningful discussions and clarifications; and challenges to solicitation terms and conditions. Ms. Lange also has been involved in size protests before the Small Business Administration.
News and Events
New Laws Mandate One-Stop Payment Compliance: Risk Falls on Prime Contractor
Lori Ann Lange and Levi Barrett Quoted as Expert Sources In Law360 Article
FIGURES DON’T LIE, BUT LIARS FIGURE: MARYLAND’S NEW FALSE CLAIM ACT
Peckar & Abramson Publishes Its Inaugural Issue of Our Government Contract’s Blog - GovConLaw
Publications & Presentations
State-by-State Guide to Design and Construction Contract Contracts and Claims, second edition, Aspen Publishers, 2011 (contributing author).
State-by-State Guide to Architect, Engineer, and Contractor Licensing, second edition, Aspen Publishers, 2011 (contributing author).
Federal Government Construction Contracts, second edition, American Bar Association Forum on the Construction Industry, 2010 (contributing author)
Construction Checklists: A Guide to Frequently Encountered Construction Issues, American Bar Association Forum on the Construction Industry, 2008 (contributing author).
Construction Claims Deskbook, Aspen Law & Business, 1996 (contributing author)
“Recovering Delay Damages for Home Office Overhead,” Construction Briefing Papers (co-author).
“Innovative Financing for Infrastructure Projects,” Construction Briefing Papers, (co-author).
“New Federal Regulations Affecting the Construction Industry,” Construction Briefing Papers, (co-author)
•American Bar Association (Public Contract Law Section and Forum on the Construction Industry)
•Associated General Contractors of America (Federal Acquisition Regulation Committee and ConsensusDocs Federal Subcontract Working Group)
•Professional Women in Construction, D.C. Chapter
•Women in Defense
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