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Amy C. Hoang

Amy C. Hoang is the practice group coordinator for the firm's Government Contracts and Procurement Policy group. In her Washington, D.C.-based practice, Amy provides “cradle to grave” counsel to government contractors of all sizes in the defense, technology, and professional services industries. 

Amy has been named a Government Contracts “Rising Star” by both The Legal 500 US and Law360, and was recognized as one of 40 young lawyers nationwide “On the Rise” by the American Bar Association. In the Chambers USA survey, clients described her as “a real rising star – very intelligent, well versed,” with an “impressive knowledge of this incredibly complicated area of law.”

She concentrates her practice on:

  • Bid protests at the Government Accountability Office and Court of Federal Claims
  • Corporate ethics and compliance
  • Internal investigations, mandatory disclosures, and False Claims Act defense
  • DCAA audit responses
  • Transactional due diligence
  • Domestic preference (“Buy American”) compliance
  • Non-traditional government contracts programs such as the Small Business Innovation Research (“SBIR”) and Defense Innovation Unit programs
  • Federal contracting requirements and subcontractor flowdowns
  • Agency and subcontractor disputes, including practice before the Boards of Contract Appeals
  • ABA “On the Rise - Top 40 Young Lawyers Award” (2019)
  • Chambers USA “Associates to Watch: Government Contracts”(2019, 2020)
  • The Legal 500 US “Rising Star: Government Contracts” (2019)
  • DCA Live “Emerging Women Leaders in Private Practice” (2019)
  • Law360 Rising Star in Government Contracts, 2018
  • Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers, Rising Star in Government Contracts, 2018
  • American Bar Association, Public Contract Law Section
    • Co-Chair of the Bid Protest Committee (2019-Present)
    • Membership Officer (2019-Present)
    • Law Council, Young Lawyer Member (2017-19)
    • Annual and Quarterly Program Co-Chair (2017-19)
    • Vice-Chair of the Bid Protest Committee (2016-18)
    • Co-Chair of the Scholarship Committee (2016-18)
    • Program Co-Chair of the Federal Procurement Institute (2016-17)
    • Section Liaison to the Young Lawyers Division (2016-18)
    • Co-Chair of the Young Lawyers Committee (2014-16)
  • Women in Government Contracts
  • D.C. Bar Foundation
    • Young Lawyers Network Leadership Council (2015-17)
  • D.C. Women’s Bar Association
  • Speaker, “Navigating Government Contracts Northwest” (October 2019)
  • Speaker, “Back to School: Recent Developments in Bid Protests,” ABA Bid Protest Committee Meeting (September 2019)
  • Speaker, “Bid Protests: A 360 Degree Review,” ABA Federal Procurement Institute (March 2018)
  • Moderator, “Motions to Dismiss: The Science and the Art,” ABA Bid Protest Committee (December 2017)
  • Presenter, “Corrective Action Issues in Bid Protests,” U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation Legal Working Group (April 2017)
  • Program Chair, ABA 2017 Federal Procurement Institute (March 2017)
  • Moderator, “Bid Protest Tips and Tricks,” ABA Bid Protest Committee (February 2017)
  • Moderator, “Tricks, Tips, and Traps - Advice from the Bid Protest Trenches,” ABA Bid Protest Committee (November 2014)
  • Speaker, “Wake Up and Smell the Cyberattacks: Takeaways from the USIS Investigation,” ABA Section of Public Contract Law Fall Meeting, Miami, Florida (November 2014)
  • Speaker, "A Civil War Relic Finds New Life: The Civil False Claims Act," NDIA Annual Acquisition Symposium, Norfolk, Virginia (May 2014)
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