Alejandro L. Sarria is an experienced government contracts litigator and counselor. He represents civilian and defense contractors in litigation involving the federal government, including in contract disputes before the Boards of Contract Appeals (BCA) and U.S. Court of Federal Claims (COFC). Mr. Sarria also defends private contractors in high-profile tort cases arising out of military operations, national security programs and environmental events.
In his counseling practice, Mr. Sarria advises government contractors on a wide range of federal procurement issues, including matters relating to cost allowability, FAR compliance and ethics requirements, the Mandatory Disclosure Rule, subcontract formation and administration, military contingency and life-support contracts, commercial items and GSA schedule contracting, TINA cost and pricing data requirements, the Anti-Deficiency Act, FAR insurance and indemnity provisions, tort risk mitigation and the SAFETY Act.
He holds a DoD Top Secret security clearance.
Mr. Sarria also serves as outside General Counsel for the Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI), a prominent bipartisan non-profit organization that promotes the advancement of Hispanic-American interests in the U.S. and global economy.