About the Authors

George M. Gullo is a Senior Analyst in the Government Contracts group at Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. George serves as the principal editor of Cost Accounting Standards Guide and supports all of the group’s print and electronic publications, as well as legal research tools, including the Government Contracts Reporter, Board of Contract Appeals Decisions, and the FAR and DFARS Matrix Smart Charts. George has more than 20 years’ experience, including over 10 years in the government contracts area. He is a graduate of DePaul University College of Law and is licensed to practice in Illinois.

William A. Van Huis is a Senior Analyst for Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. He tracks and analyzes new regulations impacting federal government contracting, and follows court decisions involving bid protests and contract disputes. His publication credits include Government Contract Reports and the FAR and DFARS Matrix Tools, among others. William is a licensed attorney and a Certified Professional Contracts Manager. He graduated summa cum laude from the Southern Illinois University School of Law. Prior to joining the company, William worked both inside and outside state and local government in the areas of procurement and municipal finance. William also worked as a staff attorney for the Illinois Supreme Court.

Aaron M. Broaddus is a graduate of DePaul University College of Law and licensed attorney with over 20 years’ experience in government contracting. Aaron has held various positions within the public and private sectors, as well as with not-for-profit organizations. He currently contributes to Government Contract Reports, the FAR and DFARS Matrix Tools, and works extensively with leading industry experts and authors, including Ralph Nash, Vernon Edwards, Stanley Dees, Steven Schooner and Gregory Garrett. Aaron is a long-time member of the National Contract Management Association and currently serves on the Association’s Board of Advisors.

Marilynn Helt is a Senior Analyst in the Government Contracts group at Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. Marilynn analyses new developments affecting government contracting and supports the group’s legal research tools, with a focus on revising and updating explanations of contracting topics. With over 20 years’ experience providing authoritative content for legal professionals, Marilynn’s publication credits include the Government Contracts Reporter, Board of Contract Appeals Decisions, and the FAR and DFARS Matrix Smart Charts. Marilynn has prior law firm experience in international tax and estate planning. She received a BA in humanities and German from Valparaiso University, an MA in German literature from Washington University in St. Louis, and a JD magna cum laude from the University of Illinois College of Law.

One Response to About the Authors

  1. Michael Schwamberger says:

    If there is an escallation clause in a federal government FFP contract that is for labor only, is there a requirement for the contractor to pay their employees the annual escallation or can the contractor keep the escallation as profit?

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