Government Contracts Jobs
Government Contracts Job Description
The United States government is the largest consumer in the world, acquiring more goods and services than any other company, corporation or country. With each new acquisition comes a new contract.
That makes government contracts law a stable career field for qualified attorneys, paralegals, legal support personnel and contracts experts. However, in order to be successful in the field, you must understand the nuances of complex federal statutes and regulations.
The number of rules and regulations surrounding federal contracts nearly eclipses the number of federal contracts itself. Thus, professionals in this field must have knowledge and strengths in the following areas:
- Intimate understanding of the Contract Disputes Act, the Competition in Contracting Act and the Federal Acquisitions streamlining Act
- Keen attention to detail
- Excellent analysis skills
- Strong negotiation skills
Government Contracts Job Postings
Location: Columbus, OhioDate Posted: 08/312018-08-31Position:Practice Area: Government ContractsEmployment Type: Direct HireParker + Lynch Legal, Special Counsel’s Attorney Search Division, is working with top firm in Columbus, Ohio seeking a Regulatory and Governmental Affairs Associate. This Candidate will be responsible for monitoring regulations, lobbying with lawmakers and policymakers at all...View Details.
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