Capabilities
Government Contracts

Grants

In providing our clients with the full range of procurement counsel, we frequently advise clients on issues involving grants. Grants are not subject to the general body of government contract law, and it requires unique experience to guide clients through the separate range of regulations found in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Uniform Guidance that governs grants. We support both recipients and subrecipients of grants in the interpretation of grant requirements and compliance with the OMB Uniform Guidance governing those grants, as well as federal audits, enforcement actions, and other controversies with awarding agencies. In this regard, we assist the full range of grant recipients, including educational institutions, nonprofit organizations, and defense contractors which receive grants or cooperative agreements. Similarly, we have experience with grants issued by NIH, USAID, DOD, DOJ, HHS, and other agencies.

Perspectives

President Trump's Mexico City Policy: An Expansion of Restrictions on Foreign Aid
Advisory
How to Structure a Compliance Program to Make Government Grants a Win/Win
Presenter, ALI Tax Exempt Organizations 2015, Washington, DC
Building Bridges: Federal Grant Law and Government Contracting
Presenter, ABA Section of Public Contract Law, Charleston, SC
Good News/Bad News – You Won the Government Grant, Now You Have to Comply with Its Requirements: A How-to-Guide
Presenter, Arnold & Porter Insights for Nonprofit Organization Series, Washington, DC
Are You Ready for the Supercircular?
Webinar, February 4, 2013; Live Presentation at InsideNGO Roundtable
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