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PilieroMazza is pleased to announce that Anna Wright has joined the Firm as an Associate in its Government Contracts Group. Ms. Wright represents commercial businesses in a variety of government contracting matters. "With her business-minded approach to government contractor needs, Anna's practice in federal contracting will be invaluable to our clients and the PilieroMazza team," said Isaias "Cy" Alba, a partner in the Firm's Government Contracts Group.
ANNAPOLIS, MD, SEPTEMBER 9, 2019: PilieroMazza– a business law firm serving as a strategic partner to government contractors and commercial businesses – is pleased to announce its expansion into Annapolis, Maryland. Managing Partner, Pamela Mazza remarked, "With its proximity to the greater Baltimore/Annapolis business communities, Ft. Meade, US Cyber Command, and NSA, we are excited about the opportunities the Annapolis office will bring."
When Judge Eric Bruggink handed down his decision on Oracle's protest of the Defense Department's JEDI cloud contract on July 12, many legal practitioners were more than mildly surprised. And when the US Court of Federal Claims released the judge's mostly unredacted decision 14 days later, the rationale behind the ruling in favor of the Defense Department strategy and against Oracle's claims of conflicts of interest and arbitrary decisions didn't quite put the case to rest. With the JEDI drama far from over, Federal News Network asked Antonio Franco, a senior partner in PilieroMazza's Government Contracts Group, to weigh in on Bruggink's decision.
Oracle may have lost its recent protest over the Pentagon's procurement process for the $10 billion JEDI cloud system contract, but a judge's finding of a "flawed" solicitation could open up several potential avenues for an appeal.