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Civilian Board of Contract Appeals

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At CBCA, Small Claims Procedure Nets Winning Claim for Extra Work

A recent CBCA decision is a good reminder of the small claims procedure available at the Board. Continue reading

Termination For Default: The “No Reasonable Likelihood” Standard

Unfortunately for contractors in this position, as illustrated by a recent Civilian Board of Contract Appeals (CBCA) decision, the result may be a default termination. Continue reading

CBCA Orders Contractor To Play The “Waiting” Game

When issues arise in performance of a federal contract, a contractor may seek redress from the government by filing a claim with the contracting officer. Continue reading

Government “Poaches” Contractor’s Employee, Then Rejects Fixed-Price Invoices

The scenario is exactly what happened to a company called Financial & Realty Services (FRS), and according to the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals, FRS wasn’t entitled to its entire fixed-price contract amount. Continue reading