4 Antitrust Risk Areas To Watch For Government Contractors

By Andre Geverola and Lori Taubman (October 14, 2021, 6:37 PM EDT) -- Upon passage, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act would break ground on $550 billion in new infrastructure spending, including $110 billion of investment in roads, bridges and major projects; $65 billion for broadband deployment; and $21 billion for environmental remediation.[1]

This anticipated spending provides significant opportunities for government contractors. But companies seeking government contracts should be aware that there is a new cop walking this beat. Two years ago, the U.S. Department of Justice launched the Procurement Collusion Strike Force, an interagency partnership that builds on the DOJ Antitrust Division's expertise in prosecuting anti-competitive conduct involving government procurement.

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