Comprehensive Government Contract Bids and Proposal Drafting Guidance

Curran Legal helps clients understand the specifications and technical requirements to write responsive bids that capture the attention of federal procurement teams. However, a competitive bid requires more than adherence to the management proposal, technical content and specifications listed in the RFP.

For incumbents and new contractors alike, it is critical to keep the end game in mind at the opening stages of the process. Curran Legal is skilled in anticipating the potential pitfalls that terms can create in the financing markets. Attorney Parks reviews all aspects of the bid proposal to avoid problems in securing financing for a winning bid, including performance bond issues and letters of credit.

Curran Legal is well-versed in set-asides and preferences, including:

  • Small-business set-asides
  • HUBZones
  • Minority-owned businesses
  • Veteran-owned ventures
  • Disabled veteran-owned companies
  • Companies owned by women

Be Sure to Review Your Federal Contract Award

Government contract awards are rarely a rubber stamp of the contract proposal. Cover sheets, riders and last-minute changes to terms are frequently included in the award. Changes in terms in a construction contract can have an adverse impact on your ability to finance the project. Curran Legal thoroughly reviews contract awards for scrivener errors, inaccuracies and changes in terms that can devastate a contractor's bottom line.

Turn to 20 Years of Experience in Federal Contract and Procurement Law

Based in Marietta, GA, just outside Atlanta, Curran Legal Services Group, Inc. is committed to providing unsurpassed personal service and top-notch representation. The firm serves clients nationwide in all aspects of federal contracts and procurement law, with an emphasis on construction and leasing issues. To arrange a free consultation with a highly skilled attorney, contact Curran Legal online.