Practice Expertise

  • Government Contracts & Grants

Areas of Practice

  • Government Contracts & Grants

WSG Practice Industries


Kelly Kroll is a Parter in the firm’s Government Contracts practice group. She has extensive experience with federal, state and local government contract formation and administration. She helps clients in every stage of the government procurement process, from analysis of the risks associated with entering the market to the issues arising during the solicitation, award, performance and completion of the government contracts.

Ms. Kroll works with her clients to help them understand, respond to, and, when necessary, litigate disputes related to:

 Bid Protest Prosecution and Defense
 Negotiated Solicitations
 GSA Schedule Contracting
 Teaming Agreements and Subcontracts
 Contractor Responsibility and Responsiveness
 Cost Reimbursement Contracts
 Audit Defense
 Contract Claims
 Security Clearance
 Suspension and Debarment
 Small Business Contracting
 The Service Contract Act
 The Buy American Act
 The Trade Agreements Act
 The Freedom of Information Act
 Appropriation of Funds
 Rights in Technical Data
 Contract Interpretation
 Offer, Acceptance and Award
 Mistake in Bid
 Administration of Grants
 International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)
 Termination for Convenience Claims
 Change Orders
 Excusable Delays
 Inspection and Acceptance of Goods
 Cost Accounting
 Warranties
 Default Terminations

Bar Admissions
District of Columbia, admitted 2001
Virginia, admitted 2000

University of Rochester, B.A., 1989
George Mason University School of Law, J.D., 2000

Areas of Practice

  • Government Contracts & Grants

Professional Career

Professional Associations
  • American Bar Association
  • Virginia State Bar
Seminars/ Presentation
National Council of State Housing Agencies HFA Institute, Session: A Procurement Compendium, January 17, 2020, Washington, D.C.
National Council of State Housing Agencies Annual Conference and Showplace, Session: Litigation and Regulatory Hot Topics, October 22, 2019, Boston, MA


Additional Articles“Four Government Contracting Policy Developments to Watch in 2020,” Law360, January, 2020
“People on the Move in Washington, D.C.,” Washington Business Journal, November, 2019
“Cybersecurity False Claims Act Cases: The Next Frontier,” Law Journal Newsletters, October, 2019
“Prepare Now for New Wave of False Claims Act Litigation Around Cybersecurity,” Corporate Counsel, August, 2019

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