Brad Jorgensen is a recognized thought leader in the area of public procurement law with a particular focus on assisting contractors with M&A transactions, including the evaluation of key compliance considerations and related risks.

Brad's practice with regard to government contractor M&A transactions involves drafting and negotiating transaction documents, leading due diligence reviews, assessing the strength of contractor compliance systems and assisting with integration activities. Often in connection with this work, Brad counsels on national industrial security matters, including strategies for mitigating Foreign Ownership, Control or Influence. His deep experience in these matters allows for the efficient identification and creative mitigation of risk issues, which facilitates deals and allows our government contractor clients to achieve their business goals.

Additionally, Brad regularly litigates high-stakes bid protests before the US Government Accountability Office and the US Court of Federal Claims. He frequently teaches and publishes on bid protest procedures, theories and strategy.

Brad also has significant experience performing internal compliance audits for government contractors, which enables him to seamlessly provide subject matter and investigation support in defense of procurement fraud allegations, including alleged violations of the False Claims Act.