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About the Corrections Contractor


Currently, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is predicting an inmate population by 2007 that is fifty percent over the current level, translating into over $12 billion worth of annually appropriated opportunities for federal and state government contractors. The Corrections Contractor focuses on updating these contractors on legal developments and other events that may affect their businesses. Written by attorneys from the law firm of Piliero, Mazza & Pargament, PLLC, the Corrections Contractor includes articles on: Federal Programs; State Programs; Federal Privatization Efforts; Federal Legislation; State Privatization Efforts; State Legislation; Protests; Appeals; BOP Contracts; UNICOR Contracts; USMS Contracts; INS Contracts; and General Government Contract Issues that are important to companies providing federal and state detention related services and supplies.

Currently, our firm offers a nationwide practice of professional legal services to commercial businesses, government contractors, non-profit organizations, trade associations, and tribal entities. The firm's long-standing relationships with its clients reflect their trust in our judgement and our commitment to their success. We regularly appear before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, General Accounting Office, and Boards of Contract Appeals, and our firm is one of the nation's leading law firms on federal programs for small, disadvantaged, and women-owned businesses.

The Corrections Contractor is a subscription newsletter, published ten times a year. Excerpts of back issues are archived electronically at pmplawfirm.com in our Publications section. I f you have any questions, please fell free to contact the Editor, Joseph J. Summerill at (202) 857-1000 or e-mail him at .

If you are interested in receiving a complimentary copy of the Corrections Contractor, please contact Susan Brock at (202) 857-1000 or e-mail at .