Kelly Kroll has extensive experience with federal, state, and local government contract formation and administration matters. She helps clients at every stage of the government procurement process, analyzes the risks associated with entering the federal market, and identifies any issues that may occur during the solicitation process, award, performance, and close-out of the contract. Kelly routinely counsels clients on how to negotiate both prime and subcontract terms and provides clients with a better understanding of their responsibilities and obligations.
Additionally, Kelly works with her clients to help them successfully navigate the specifics associated with teaming agreements, subcontracts, bid protest prosecution and defense, audit defense, and small business contracting rules and regulations. Kelly’s in-depth knowledge of the GSA Schedule Program helps clients navigate the rules and regulations that embody the federal procurement process. With over thirty years experience with the Program, Kelly is able to streamline the lengthy, and often-times confusing, GSA Schedule process, positioning the client to successfully sell its products and services to the federal government. Kelly has hands-on working knowledge of the various government systems associated with government procurement such as SAM, eMod, eBuy, SRP, eSRS and many others. Kelly provides practical advise on matters both big and small.
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Virginia State Bar
MMMPact in the Community
Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind