Joe Corrigan offers clients a multidimensional understanding of the procedural, regulatory, and policy issues associated with the US defense market; the federal procurement of goods and services; major construction initiatives; and public/private partnerships. Joe focuses on appropriations for government defense contractors, having extensive experience advising clients interested in selling equipment and services to the federal government.
Joe routinely interacts with various sectors of the government, including the Department of Defense, Homeland Security, and State, and congressional defense committees. Joe also works with government contractors providing services for the military and the Coast Guard. Joe has experience shaping procurements for individual Soldier and Marine equipment, including small arms, ammunition, radios, body armor, parachutes, and other items worn or carried by dismounted forces. He also assists clients with permits from the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and advises municipalities and companies on the USACE Civil Works Program.
A former officer in the US Army, Joe served in multiple assignments with the Army Corps of Engineers. Joe also served as the Army's point-of-contact on Capitol Hill for Base Realignment and Closure, military construction, land conveyances, and Army leasing programs. He also served multiple tours as an Army legislative liason.
- Joe Corrigan is a Managing Director of Government Affairs & Public Policy and does not provide legal advice.
- M.S., Purdue University, 1991
- B.S., United States Military Academy at West Point, 1982
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February 5, 2020