Susan Cassidy advises clients on the complex rules and regulations imposed on government contractors, with a special emphasis on the defense and intelligence sectors. She combines a sophisticated knowledge of the FAR and DFARS with the practical insight gained from senior in-house positions at both dedicated defense and commercial item contractors.
Ms. Cassidy conducts internal investigations for clients on wide array of government contracts and national security compliance issues. She regularly advises on FAR mandatory disclosure obligations and represents clients with regard to these investigations before the agency, DOJ, and the relevant Suspension and Debarring Official. Ms. Cassidy spends considerable time advising on contractor cybersecurity requirements, including assessing contractual requirements and investigating and assisting clients with cyber breach incidents involving government information.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Susan B. Cassidy
Susan Cassidy, and her coverage of Government Contracts, specifically the emerging role of Artificial Intelligence and regulation of technology in government contracting has been selected for the National Law Review’s Go-To Thought Leadership Award. Her analysis of DOD policies, FAR mandatory disclosure obligations, government investigations and how they impact Government Contractors is a major asset for NLR Readers.