Jason Carey represents clients in litigation with the government and other private parties, counsels clients regarding a wide range of formation and compliance matters, and defends clients under investigation by federal and state governments. Mr. Carey regularly represents government contractors in bid protests before the U.S. Government Accountability Office and the Court of Federal Claims. He has prosecuted and defended more than 80 protests covering a wide range of procurements, such as:
aerospace and defense (including an $11B launch services contract);
biotechnology (including a $2B biodefense contract);
health care (including a $23B TRICARE contract);
information technology (including a $600M cloud services contract); and
telecommunications (including a $270M telephone system replacement contract).
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jason A. "Jay" Carey