Washington is in a frenzy over the amount of business on the horizon from last year’s trillion-dollar infrastructure bill and numerous appropriations measures in the mix this year. Chief among those expectant of a sharp increase in demand for their services are government contracts lawyers who are already fielding more calls for their expertise.

But how teams structure themselves to service government contractor clients can vary widely from firm to firm. Here’s how some firms are readying their teams and attorneys for government contracting work to pick up.

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