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Heather Mims, Associate Attorney at Centre Law & Consulting

Heather Mims is an associate attorney at Centre Law & Consulting. Her practice is primarily focused on government contracts law, employment law, and litigation. Heather has extensive experience litigating bid protests before the Government Accountability Office. She also has experience working with contractors on claims and appeals, government contract terminations, and subcontract disputes. Heather also works with government contractors to develop enforceable teaming agreements and subcontracts. Prior to joining Centre, Heather clerked for the chief judge of the Arlington Circuit Court. Heather graduated magna cum laude from the George Mason School of Law. While in law school, she was the Senior Research Editor for the Law Review, a Writing Fellow, and the Vice President of the Trial Advocacy Association’s Thacher Intramural Competition.

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What Government Contractors Need to Know About the 2019 NDAA
| StreetShares Blog

This article is republished with permission from Heather Mims and Centre Law & Consulting. See the original publication of this piece on their website at http://www.centrelawgroup.com/what-government-contractors-need-to-know-about-the-2019-ndaa. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official opinions, policies, or positions of StreetShares or any of its affiliates.

On August 13, 2018, President Trump signed the Fiscal Year 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (2019 NDAA), which sets funding levels and outlines policy priorities for the Department of Defense (DoD). The 2019 NDAA allocated $616.9 billion for the DoD’s base budget, $69 billion for overseas contingency operations funding, $8.9 billion for mandatory defense spending, and $21.9 billion for nuclear weapons programs under the Department of Energy.

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