AREA OF PRACTICE
Andrew Crawford is an Associate in the Firm's Government Contracts Practice Group and counsels clients on federal and state bid protests, debriefings, claim preparation, and contract administration issues. He also counsels clients on OFAC’s economic sanctions programs.
Andrew serves as a Board Member of the Brown Rudnick Charitable Foundation and as a member of Brown Rudnick’s Associate Liaison Committee.
While in law school, Andrew was a legal intern for The Honorable David A. Lowy at the Essex County Superior Court. He also served as a Note Editor on the Journal of Law & Social Justice and was awarded a Top-Ten Brief at the Wendell F. Grimes Moot Court Competition.
Prior to attending law school, Andrew worked at Pfizer’s Government Relations office in Washington, D.C. Additionally, Andrew has served as an intern for U.S. Senator Richard Burr (NC), the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, and the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Trademasters Service, Inc. (GAO, B-418522.2 et al, 2021): Successful defense of protest for awardee EMCOR Government Services, Inc. under $61 million GSA facilities maintenance contract.
U.S. Facilities, Inc. (GAO, B-418229, 2020): Successful defense of protest for awardee EMCOR Government Services, Inc. under $45 million Department of Energy contract for facilities maintenance.
ECS Federal, LLC (GAO, B-418485, 2020): Representation of ECS Federal, LLC in protest under Food and Drug Administration RFQ. In response to the protest, FDA took corrective action.
KeyW Corporation (GAO, B-417774, 2019): Successful defense of protest filed against a large award to ManTech Advanced Systems International relating to software and systems engineering support for the Army
InnovaSystems International, LLC (GAO, B-417215, 2019): Successful defense of protests against award to client ECS Federal of a large contract by the U.S. Marine Corps for the M-SHARP software system.
Pennsylvania Remediation Company LLC (GAO, B-414675.2, 2017): Representation of PaRC in protest of award under Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers contract. In response to the protest, the Army took corrective action.
Aided in successful defense of protest at the Court of Federal Claims of a $20.5 million Department of the Navy contract for port operations services.
Sotera Defense Solutions, Inc. (GAO, B-414056, 2017): Successfully defended against protest of an award of a $157 million Department of the Army contract for software and engineering support at 73 locations around the world.
Discover Technologies LLC (GAO, B-412773, 2016): Successfully defended against protest of award of a $28.75 million Department of the Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration contract for website content management system support services.
BCF Solutions, Inc. (GAO, B-413287, 2016): Successfully protested $42 million Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command contract award for the development of crew-served M2HB/M2A1 Weapon Sights.
Engineering Support Personnel, Inc. (GAO, B-412697, 2016): Representation of ESP in protest of award under Army’s Fort Rucker support services contract. In response to the protest, the Army took corrective action.
Boston College Law School – J.D., cum laude, 2015
Wake Forest University – B.A., cum laude, 2011
U.S. Court of Federal Claims
U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
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