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Jeff Bozman
Jeff Bozman
Washington +1 202 662 5829 Download V-card

Jeff Bozman draws on his past experience as a Marine Corps officer to advise companies who do business with the United States Government. Mr. Bozman’s practice includes procurement law and public policy, with an emphasis on national security issues. He has successfully represented clients in bid protests at both the GAO and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

  • Helped defense contractors craft and implement legislative and policy strategies to support major acquisition programs, including significant aircraft and vehicle programs for the Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps.
  • In the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, successfully defended the selection process for a multi-year AbilityOne contract worth more than $65 million.
  • Represented telecommunications, transportation, and cybersecurity companies in filings and negotiations with CFIUS and the Defense Security Service.
  • Successfully represented a large government contractor in proceedings before a military department Suspending and Debarring Official, resulting in a determination of present responsibility.
  • Advised Steve Ballmer on employment, pension, and other benefits matters in his acquisition of the Los Angeles Clippers NBA franchise from the Sterling Family Trust for a record sales price of $2 billion.
  • Successfully defended a $98 million contract for operations and maintenance services against a protest filed with the Government Accountability Office.
  • On behalf of government contractors, conducted internal investigations relating to the selection of a health care vendor; claims related to products on a military Qualified Products List; and accusations of improper spending from employee benefits trusts. Resolved all investigations with no findings of liability.

Pro Bono

  • Blocked the improper administrative separation of two active duty transgender Army Soldiers; coordinated with a team from the ACLU to persuade the military services and the Department of Defense to revise policies governing open service by transgender service members.
  • Before the Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, advised senior officials of a state with a constitutional prohibition on same-sex marriage about options for providing benefits to same-sex partners of state employees.
  • Successfully represented a U.S. Army veteran in obtaining entitlement to Combat-Related Special Compensation.

Previous Experience

  • U.S. Marine Corps officer (Active 2005-2009; Reserve 2009-2013)