Public contracts for construction or construction-related services are typically awarded through a traditional competitive process to the bidder who offers the best value or lowest price. Although this process is complex and often time-consuming, it serves the public interest by… More
Public Bidding & Procurement News
You’ve spent precious resources responding to a solicitation, only to learn that your company was not selected for contract award. Under what circumstances should you challenge the government’s decision? Business owners must weigh when, why and how to protest an… More
Earning a government contract is welcome news, but the excitement is short-lived if a disappointed bidder formally challenges (or “protests”) your award. There is little formal guidance for successful contractors facing such a challenge, but experience has shown that you… More
The Arizona Procurement Code (the Code) is getting a major overhaul, effective September 13th of this year. If your company is interested in doing business with the State, or already does, here are two significant changes to keep in mind.
Gallagher & Kennedy’s Public Bidding & Procurement practice group offers top-notch counsel and advice, assisting our clients regarding federal, state and local government contracting. Government entities spend billions of dollars each year purchasing a wide variety of commodities and services… More