Chris Griesedieck's practice encompasses a wide range of government contract and grant-related matters—such as claims, requests for equitable adjustment, and bid protests. Chris's clients include large corporations and small and minority-owned companies doing business with defense and civilian agencies. Chris has advised and represented clients on cost and pricing issues, including the Federal Acquisition Regulation Cost Principles and Procedures and the Cost Accounting Standards. He also helps clients understand the Service Contract Labor Standards (formerly the Service Contract Act of 1965) and address the ratification of unauthorized commitments, organizational conflicts of interest, and post-employment restrictions on former federal officials.
Chris is also experienced in handling matters related to technology transfer under the Bayh-Dole Act, prime contractor-subcontractor disputes, and teaming agreements. He advises clients on the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards. Chris's clients also seek his advice on Small Business Administration size protests and appeals, due diligence in mergers and acquisitions involving federal contractors, government investigations and audits, protecting intellectual property rights in government contracts, fiscal and appropriations law, and the Procurement Integrity Act.