Contracting Rules and Regulations

2 Ways the FTC’s Proposed Rule Against Non-Competes Could Impact the Government Contracting Sector

Fri, January 20th 2023
The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) recently issued a proposed rule, which, if enacted as written, would ban essentially all non-compete agreements by private employers. The proposed rule is one of the broadest expansions of agency authority in the FTC’s history, raising a myriad of considerations for all employers. Briefly, the proposed rule would prohibit employers...

When Your Contingency Plan Is No Longer a Contingency

Fri, April 24th 2020
Department of Defense solicitations require a Mission-Essential Contractor Services Plan when the DoD procures “Essential contractor Service and Mission-essential Functions.” DFARS 252.237-7023. The Plan must address the contractor’s ability to provide mission-essential functions during periods of crisis including, for example, how the contractor will supply the personnel and resources required to maintain continuity of essential...

The SBA Proposes Significant Changes to Joint Venture Rules

Tue, January 14th 2020
The SBA has proposed significant changes to the rules governing joint ventures as part of its overhaul of the SBA’s small business program regulations. The 3-2 Rule: Currently, a joint venture may receive a maximum of three contract awards in a two-year period. The proposed rule eliminates the cap on contract awards, but continues the...

SBA Implements the Runway Extension Act

Tue, December 17th 2019
President Trump signed into law the Small Business Runway Extension Act of 2018 on December 17th, 2018. The Act modified how the SBA calculates a business’ size for revenue-based size standards. The Act also increased the period of time used in the calculation of a firm’s receipts from three years to five. Regulations implementing the...

Waived Delivery

Wed, November 13th 2019
Defaulting on a contract will likely have a substantial negative impact on your business beyond the losses experienced for the terminated contract. The standard default clause in a government contract states that the government can terminate a contract for default if a contractor fails to deliver supplies or to perform the services or work within...

Browse Topics

About the Authors

Joshua Duvall
Shareholder, CISSP
Washington D.C.
Jon Levin
Shareholder
Huntsville
David Yang
Shareholder
Washington D.C.
J. Andrew Watson III
Shareholder
Huntsville | Washington D.C.
Nicholas P. Greer
Associate
Huntsville | Atlanta
Mary Ann Hanke
Associate
Huntsville | Atlanta
Chris Gonzalez-Tablada
Associate
Huntsville
Raymond L. Bell, Jr.
Shareholder
Mobile | Montgomery
Emily Chancey
Shareholder
Huntsville | Washington D.C.
Brad English
Shareholder
Huntsville | Washington D.C.

Join our Newsletter

Sign up to receive the latest blog posts from Maynard's Government Solutions team.

Connect with Us