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Partnering with businesses throughout the RFP process and securing government contracts

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Great Day Colorado interview with Whitcomb Selinsky, PC Founder and President, Joe Whitcomb on business owners that are seeking government contracts or need assistance with a current government contract.

Navigating Through the Federal Government Purchasing Process

If you own a business and are actively seeking a U.S. government contract or need assistance maintaining an existing government contract, it is essential to have an experienced government procurement attorney who can assist you throughout the process. Government procurement can involve many different types of contracts for goods or services from contractors, including federal procurement requirements and involving the General Services Administration (GSA). Navigating through federal agencies and ensuring your business complies with specific regulations can be a timely and tedious process.

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Working with Whitcomb Selinsky, PC’s Experienced Litigation Team Against the Federal Government

From service contracts to supply schedules to obtaining technical assistance during the request for proposal (RFP) process, Whitcomb Selinsky, PC, is committed to providing experienced and tailored government contracting representation to small- and medium-sized business owners. With more than 25 years of working on government contracting/government procurement cases, we will navigate through the federal contracting phases detailed by the United States Government, including the Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Department of Defense (DoD). In addition, we will help you understand the government’s contracting determinations and help you win contracting opportunities.

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Types of Government Procurement Issues Whitcomb Selinsky, PC Handles

At Whitcomb Selinsky, PC, our federal government procurement attorneys can assist your business with various legal matters regarding federal government procurement and contracts with government agencies, including but not limited to:


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Meet Your Government Contracting Legal Team

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Joe Whitcomb

Founder and President

As the firm’s leader, Joe manages, directs, consults, and acts as an advisor to his practice group leaders Joe’s areas of specialty include government procurement and international business transactions.

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Tim Turner

Senior Attorney

Along with leading the Government Contracting practice area, Tim manages labor and employment cases for the firm. He centers his practice in the Health and Safety sector, defending clients against MSHA and OSHA regulatory enforcement actions.

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William Selinsky

Senior Attorney

For more than 20 years, William worked as an attorney in a private practice law firm concentrating on insurance coverage and defense, general practice, personal injury, litigation, business, zoning, and municipal law.

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Patrick Kernan

Senior Attorney

With more than 25 years of experience, Patrick is an executive, complex commercial and government contracting attorney.

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Jonathan Perrone


Jon counsels and represents government contractors in healthcare, construction, manufacturing, defense, information technology, and service industries. He specializes in representation in both pre-contract and contract-administration phases.

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Josh Miller


Josh is a government contracts attorney and is passionate about representing and advocating for active service members, veterans, and other clients of the firm. His passion for assisting fellow veterans is evident when representing Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB) and Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VOSB) in his government contract practice.

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Josh Sather

Law Clerk

Josh works closely with the Government Contracts legal team conducting research, communicating with attorneys regarding case management and procedural requirements, fielding client correspondence, and assisting the legal team where needed.

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