Clark Hill Attorney Bret S. Wacker Quoted in Crain’s Detroit Business On SBA Expanded Federal Mentor-Protégé Contracting Program
DETROIT, MI – Clark Hill attorney Bret S. Wacker was quoted in the Crain’s Detroit Business November 6, 2016 article “Small Business Administration Sees Strong Early Response To Its Newly Expanded Protégé Program.” Wacker commented on how small and large businesses can grow their federal government contracting business by participating in the SBA’s recently expanded mentor-protégé programs. Click here to read the full article.
Wacker is a member of Clark Hill PLC’s Government Relations and Public Affairs Practice Group and focuses his practice on counseling clients in all areas of federal government procurement and market development, including reviewing solicitations; drafting proposals; drafting contracts and subcontracts; assisting with contract negotiations; and performing government contract due diligence for mergers and acquisitions. He also works with clients in the assessment, development and implementation of federal procurement compliance programs, as well as counseling contractors during government audits and investigations and dispute resolution proceedings.
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