Josh Cergas is experienced in government contracting, small business program support, bid protests, claims and disputes, as well as other business-related matters. He has fine-tuned his knowledge of the formation and performance of government contracts from both the government and contractors’ perspectives to better serve the needs of his clients. His work at Praemia Law focuses on assisting contractors to expand their business opportunities and on protecting their current and future interests. His personal hobbies include performing solo classical guitar repertoire and playing the electric bass in bands and ensembles.
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