Volume IV – Key Issues in Government Contracts Due Diligence
This posting is the fourth in our ten-part series on unique issues that arise in connection with mergers and acquisitions involving government contractors and subcontractors. Parts 1 through 3 focused on the structure of the transaction and the implications of that structure on the transfer of pending contracts and proposals. This posting, Part 4, introduces some of the most important issues that potential buyers should consider and address during the due diligence and negotiation process. The posting is not intended to be a detailed “due diligence checklist,” but rather a high level overview of certain key factors that are likely to impact the “go/no go” decision and the buyer’s valuation of the target company.
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