Marcia G. Madsen

Marcia G. Madsen

Partner, Mayer Brown LLP

Marcia Madsen is Chair of the Government Contracts practice  and co-chair of the National Security Practice at Mayer Brown. She has represented contractors in regulatory, policy, transactional, litigation, and investigative matters involving virtually every federal agency. Her clients include defense contractors, information technology and systems integrators, telecommunications companies, engineering firms, insurers, and manufacturing companies. Ms. Madsen's practice includes defense of False Claims Act matters, internal investigations, audits, bid protests, claims and disputes before administrative forums and in the federal courts. She is a former Chair of the American Bar Association Section of Public Contract Law and currently co-chairs the Section’s Procurement Fraud Committee. She also is a member of the Federalist Society Administrative Law and Regulation Executive Committee. In addition, Marcia is a member of the Court of Federal Claims Advisory Council - Emeritus, and a recipient of the Court's Golden Eagle award.  She is a Past President of the Board of Contract Appeals Bar Association. She was appointed by the Executive Office of the President to chair the Section 1423 Panel which recommended revision of the acquisition laws. She speaks and writes frequently on the Government Contracts and litigation topics.



Georgetown University Law Center, LL.M., 1980
American University - Washington College of Law, J.D., 1976
University of Utah, B.A., 1972

Independent Review of Procurements Is Worth It: There Is No Support for Hamstringing the GAO Bid Protest Process

Independent Review of Procurements Is Worth It: There Is No Support for Hamstringing the GAO Bid Protest Process

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

Note from the Editor: This article criticizes a recent change to the GAO bid protest...