Hickey earned his law degree from the Catholic University of America's Columbus School of Law. He earned his bachelor's degree from Virginia Military Institute.
Will Jack has represented contractors at the Government Accountability Office, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and Boards of Contract Appeals. He has also conducted internal investigations on contractor compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation, performed risk assessments for product liability issues associated with government-funded technologies, counseled contractors on intellectual property issues, and assisted clients on the government contract aspects of mergers and acquisitions. In addition, he prepared policies and procedures for ethics and compliance programs; drafted subcontracts, teaming agreements, and technology transfer control plans; and represented contractors in qui tam suits and government investigations.
Will Jack earned his law degree cum laude from the American University Washington College of Law and his bachelor's degree from Bucknell University.
Senior Public Policy Advisor Joseph Corrigan has a deep understanding of the U.S. defense market, with a special emphasis on military hardware and equipment, federal procurement of goods and services, policy issues associated with defense depots, and in the construction and engineering services markets. He also assists clients with permits from the Army Corps of Engineers as well as represents municipalities or companies with an interest in Corps of Engineers civil works projects or programs.He interacts with numerous parts of the federal government, including the Department of Defense, Congressional Defense Committees, and the Army Corps of Engineers, where he previously served for many years. Earlier in his career he served as a legislative liaison for the Secretary of the Army. For three years, he was the Army's key point person on Capitol Hill for Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC), land conveyances, and Army leasing programs.