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Associate, Washington, D.C.
Emily Schriver is an associate in our Washington, D.C. office. Emily assists entities with government contracts and federally-sponsored research awards on a host of compliance issues. A significant portion of her practice focuses on compliance with government cost principles—to include those set forth in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (“FAR”), the Department of Defense FAR Supplement, and the Office of Management and Budget circulars—along with offering guidance for compliance with the Cost Accounting Standards. Emily has counseled multiple companies with issues involving establishment of indirect cost rates, as well as audits by the Defense Contract Audit Agency. She also regularly assists universities in responding to the government regarding fraud and regulatory noncompliance allegations.
Emily works with both large and small contractors to create and maintain ethics programs in accordance with the rules set forth by the Office of Governmental Ethics, the Joint Ethics Regulation, and the FAR. Her clients have also requested assistance on state-law ethics questions related to interactions with state government employees.
Emily has experience counseling General Services Administration and Veterans Affairs schedule contractors on receiving, maintaining, updating, and terminating schedule contracts. She routinely advises on the terms and conditions of schedule contracts, to include the small business subcontracting and Equal Opportunity requirements.
Emily is a regular contributor to the Government Contracts blog, available at hlregulation.com.
Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Emily clerked for The Honorable Richard C. Tallman of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Seattle, Washington. During her time at Ohio State, she was appointed by Ohio Governor Bob Taft to a two-year term on the OSU Board of Trustees.
Hogan Lovells Publications
06 March 2014
"Contractors and Companies in the Federal Supply Chain Have an Opportunity to Prepare for the Impending, Significant Expansion of the Government’s Anti-Human Trafficking Rules." Government Contracts Alert, Hogan Lovells