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Tag Archives: Federal Contracting
The Miller Act and You By: Gregory L. Shelton Horack, Talley, Pharr & Lowndes, P.A. email@example.com Think about what would happen if contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers could file a mechanic’s lien on a government project. The sheriff could actually sell … Continue reading
The Dollars are in the Details By: Gregory L. Shelton firstname.lastname@example.org I have been monitoring the advance sheets in South Carolina and North Carolina for an interesting case concerning federal contracting. Ask and you shall receive. Hot off the … Continue reading
Friday Afternoon Musings on Federal Contracting, Felines, and Forks in the Road By: Gregory L. Shelton Horack, Talley, Pharr & Lowndes, P.A. Last Friday, Christopher G. Hill, proprietor of the blog Construction Law Musings, posted here on the state of green … Continue reading
A Framework for Understanding Federal Contracting By: Charlie Cole, Guest Blogger When the Great Recession struck, many businesses turned their focus to the federal market. This is particularly true with respect to construction. In fact, according to the Savannah US … Continue reading
The largest owner in the construction world is the federal government. As the commercial construction market evaporated, many contractors and subcontractors looked to the burgeoning world of federal contracting, including work on military bases in the Carolinas, as new … Continue reading
The term “reform” is often used in the political realm to describe a systemic change to eradicate corruption, waste, or some other vice. The President is expected to sign an executive order to reform the federal contracting process. Under the executive order, those who … Continue reading