Clint Woofter joins BRG's government contracts practice

05 July 2024 2 min. read

Clint Woofter has joined Berkeley Research Group’s government contracts practice in Washington, DC as a director.

Woofter brings more than 25 years of professional experience focusing on financial compliance for government contractors, including cost accounting standards and federal acquisition regulation. He has expertise across external restructuring, due diligence, mergers and acquisitions, cost accounting practice changes, and cost structure integration and consolidations.

Woofter joins BRG from national accounting firm Aprio, where he spent three years as a government contracts partner. Before that, he spent nearly 12 years with government contractor Amentum, where he was VP for government contracts compliance.

Earlier in his career, Woofter was director for government accounting compliance at Honeywell Aerospace and senior manager for government compliance at General Dynamics.

Clint Woofter joins BRG’s government contracts practice

He began his career in the government compliance department of Litton Industries (now Northrop Grumman).

Woofter has an MBA from Marymount University, a bachelor’s degree in public affairs from American University, and an associate’s degree in accounting from Montgomery College.

“Clint has an impressive record of leveraging modern tools, standard business processes and his deep understanding of the government contracting landscape to maximize cost recovery for clients while staying within regulations, which is critically important as contractors look to do more with less in a high-interest-rate, high-inflation environment," said Mary Karen Wills, BRG's government contracting practice leader. "His experience and insights will be a valuable asset to our clients, particularly those in niche and highly regulated sectors."

BRG is headquartered in Emeryville, CA and advises on disputes and investigations, corporate finance, and performance improvement. The firm has more than 1,300 professionals across offices in the Americas, EMEA, and APAC regions.

“As financial compliance issues continue to be top-of-mind for clients across a number of key industries in D.C. and beyond, BRG's combination of data, experience and forward-looking thinking will be a key differentiator,” Woofter said.

BRG recently welcomed Pablo Spiller as a managing director in its international arbitration and cross-border disputes practice.