Mr. Loman routinely advises clients on federal grant legal requirements including those arising under the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (“Uniform Guidance”) and the preceding Office of Management and Budget (OMB) circulars, as well as statutory and regulatory requirements specific to various federal grant programs. In particular, Mr. Loman assists clients with subrecipient agreements and subawards, compliance with the Uniform Guidance procurement standards and cost principles, as well as cost disallowances, audits and audit responses, investigations and responding to subpoenas.
Prior to joining Feldesman Tucker, Mr. Loman served as program counsel with the United States Navy Office of General Counsel with Naval Sea Systems Command. While with the Navy, he provided cradle to grave government contract law and federal fiscal law advice to program leadership and contracting personnel in critical programs. In addition, Mr. Loman represented the Navy as lead trial attorney on bid protests before the Government Accountability Office (“GAO”).
Mr. Loman also previously served as a procurement attorney with the Air Force Commercial Litigation and Contract Law Division. During his time with the Air Force, he reviewed numerous contractor requests for equitable adjustment and claims, and contract terminations, advising contract professionals on potential litigation risk and represented Air Force interests as lead trial attorney in GAO bid protests. Mr. Loman also provided Air Force contract professionals advice on acquisition planning matters, source selections, small business issues, Davis-Bacon and Service Contract Act compliance, contract terminations, and contract fraud.
While with the Air Force, Mr. Loman was recognized for his experience with the Randolph-Sheppard (“R-S”) Act. In this regard, he often represented the Air Force as lead trial attorney in arbitration cases convened by the Rehabilitation Services Administration.
Mr. Loman began his career as a Judge Advocate with the United States Air Force Judge Advocate General’s (“JAG”) Corps, representing the Air Force in criminal prosecutions as well as in labor and employment arbitrations. Mr. Loman is presently working toward completing his Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Government Procurement at The George Washington University School of Law.