, partner in the Washington, DC office, has been named chair of the Government Contracts
practice group. David will oversee the group and continue to provide service to clients in a wide spectrum of legal and legislative matters related to federal contracts, defense and national security issues. These matters include internal investigations, bid protests, and compliance counseling related to Federal Government contracts.
Prior to joining Kelley Drye, David was in-house counsel for General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems. Having worked as in-house counsel himself, David understands the role in-house counsel plays in a business organization. Before becoming a lawyer, David served as a U.S. Army infantry officer and a staff investigator for the United States Senate Committee on governmental affairs and special investigations. He also was a manager in the United States House of Representatives, Office of the Clerk, where he implemented congressional ethics responsibilities assigned to the Clerk.