Steve M. Sorett

(202) 828-2420
Of Counsel

Mr. Sorett is of counsel and works out of the firm's Washington, D.C. office. He focuses on all phases of government contracting with an emphasis on outsourcing, privatization, project finance transactions, grants and cooperative agreements. For many years he has dealt with all aspects of the public contracting process at the federal, state, and local levels of government; and his experience includes contract formation, administration, claims, appeals, audit resolution and overall project management of complex project. Mr. Sorett works with both public and private sector clients on all aspects of the procurement process from inception to close.

Mr. Sorett has more than 35 years of acquisition experience in all phases of government contracting, having worked in government first at the U.S. General Accounting Office and then as an Assistant General Counsel for Grants at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, overseeing the construction grants and Superfund programs. He then entered the private sector with the international accounting firm of Touche Ross & Co. where he coordinated the privatization and infrastructure finance practice. After serving as the head of the legal department of AAI Corporation in Baltimore, a high-tech defense contractor, and then the Vice President of Contracts for ICF Kaiser International, Inc., Mr. Sorett became the Curriculum Director for George Washington University Law School's Government Contracts Program as well as its Environmental Program. He then became the Director of the Government Contracts practice at Grant Thornton, LLP before returning to the practice of law.