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Cassidy Kim focuses her practice on government contracts and procurement matters. Cassidy also advises clients on cybersecurity and privacy compliance issues. She has worked with clients operating in an array of industries to navigate these sectors of the law, including providers of critical government infrastructure solutions, enterprise cloud services, EdTech, and autonomous defense systems.

Cassidy advises clients on litigating bid protests and claims involving state and federal level government procurements, including before the Government Accountability Office, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and the California Department of General Services. She also provides industry-specific counsel on the CCPA/CPRA, GDPR, NIST, and related privacy and cybersecurity matters. Cassidy has developed consumer-facing privacy disclosures, B2B data transfer agreements, and employee compliance procedures. She has also led strategy on responses to regulatory actions and advised on supply chain risk management practices.

Prior to Greenberg Traurig, Cassidy worked as counsel at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, where she managed negotiations and provided strategic advice on San Francisco Fed and other Federal Reserve System contracts and procurement efforts across core business groups.

On Dec. 26, 2023, DoD published a proposed rule implementing the CMMC Program (the Proposed Rule). The regulations come more than three years after the release of the initial CMMC regulations (November 2020) and two years after the Biden administration announced the revised “CMMC 2.0” program (January 2021). The Proposed Rule largely reflects the CMMC