Does Your Case Meet the Government’s Debarred Definition?

What Does Debarred Mean? Debarment means an action taken by a Federal agency or official to exclude a person or business entity from participating in transactions involving certain federal funds. Being debarred from federal contracts also means the disqualification of a person or contractor to get invitations for bids, or… Read more »

Civilian Board of Contract Appeals CDA Claims 41 USC 7101 – 7109

Choosing the right forum and framing your appeals case correctly can save you thousands in unnecessary litigation costs. When a contracting officer denies a claim under the Contract Disputes Act, filing an appeal to the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals (CBCA) would be the next step. Not all claims appeal cases against… Read more »

How Appeal Courts Look at Contract Termination for Default Cases

When a federal government agency terminates your contract for default (T4D), the next steps and whether you have a good chance of appealing the contracting officer’s final decision can be challenging.  Although the decision has been made to terminate the contract for default, knowing how the appeal courts look at… Read more »

Federal Breach of Implied Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing

Avoid Legal Landmines When Asserting that the Government Breached of Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing When Submitting Government Contract Claims. Government contractors often struggle with the next steps when the agency does act fairly in providing accurate CPARS ratings. In addition, some contractors are not fully aware of… Read more »

Contract Termination for Failure to Make Progress

The federal government’s termination for default for failure to make progress can occur when you fail to make satisfactory progress  toward completion of contract performance.  For commercial item government contracts , the  government should be allowed to demand adequate assurances that you will meet the contract terms. You must respond… Read more »