Mr. Jensen heads the firm's Government Contracts & Disputes practice group and is the managing partner of the Northern Virginia office. His...
Mr. Jensen heads the firm's Government Contracts & Disputes practice group and is the managing partner of the Northern Virginia office. His practice consists of assisting clients with all aspects of federal government contracts law. His work includes the representation of clients in bid protests, particularly before the Government Accountability Office. He represents companies in government audits and investigations, in defending against government claims, and in matters of suspension and debarment. He pursues contractor claims and appeals, and resolves issues between prime contractors and subcontractors. Mr. Jensen advises clients on ethics and compliance, subcontracts and teaming arrangements, government data rights, cost allowability and accounting issues, national security matters, and commercial item acquisition. His work also covers General Services Administration multiple award schedules, M&A due diligence, small business issues, terminations, and disputes. Mr. Jensen was Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Section on Public Contract Law's Small Business Committee from 2001 to 2004. Prior to joining the firm in 1990, Mr. Jensen was a government contracts lawyer for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from 1987 to 1990, and worked in the Government Contracts Program at George Washington University Law School for Professors Cibinic and Nash from 1985 to 1986.