Aaron S. Ralph focuses his practice on government contract and project matters. He is experienced litigating bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and appeals before the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals. Aaron has advised agency counsel and acquisition officials on a broad spectrum of government procurement issues.
Prior to joining the firm, Aaron was an attorney in the U.S. Air Force's Acquisition Law and Litigation Directorate. He served the Air Force in a variety of capacities, including source selection counsel and trial attorney. Before the Air Force, Aaron served as a judge advocate in the Army, where he advised and counseled some of the agency’s most senior leaders on a variety of sensitive issues. While stationed at the Pentagon, he provided legal guidance on high-profile administrative investigations involving intense congressional and media scrutiny. He has also deployed to Iraq and provided advice on contract and fiscal law matters impacting contingency operations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Aaron S. Ralph