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Howard Roth to speak at NCMA Puget Sound Chapter on “Buy American Laws” on February 15

Thu Jan 18, 2018

Howard Roth will speak at NCMA Puget Sound Chapter meeting on “Buy American Laws” and President Trump’s Buy American Executive Order on February 15. The meeting will be held at the Gordon Biesrch Brew Pub in Seattle.

Howard is a frequent speaker on President Trump’s Buy American Executive Order, he has authored articles for Law360, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, Procurement Playbook and has been quoted in the LA Times.

Howard has 27 years of experience handling federal procurement matters. He is a knowledgeable advisor in all stages of federal contract law and litigation, including terminations, procurement disputes, protests, procurement integrity, rights in technical data, internal investigations, and contract cost issues. Companies seek out Howard’s counsel on navigating complex bid protests and appeals.

Howard has a list of accolades and accomplishments that few in his industry can rival – recipient of the Army Meritorious Service Medal with oak leaf cluster for expertise and achievement in Government Accountability Office (GAO) protests and contract appeals, legal advisor on defense of a $41 million appeal to the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals (CBCA), and legal counsel for a nationwide military command Enterprise IT network.

Howard has represented government contractors before the GAO, Court of Federal Claims, Armed Services Board of Contract Appeal (ASBCA), and CBCA. Committed to sharing his knowledge of the industry, Howard is a frequent speaker and author on issues relating to contract formation and litigation of contract disputes. He is a Lieutenant Colonel, Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps USA (Retired). His JAG experience includes Trial Team Chief at the Army Contract Appeals Division litigating GAO bid protests and contract appeals, Commissioner at the ASBCA, and Deputy General Counsel at the Army’s Support Command in California.