Suspension and Debarment from Government Contracts

Procurement suspension  and debarment from government contracts come into play when you do not comply with the terms and conditions of your contract. Not all companies understand what has to be done to overcome agency referrals for suspension or debarment or how to meet the preponderance of the evidence standard… Read more »

Breach of Contract Claims Against the Government

As a contractor doing business with the federal government, there is often the question of whether there is a breach of contract claims against the government. Whether the answer is yes or no is left to the court. However, before you reach this phase you must first understand the basics… Read more »

Superior Knowledge Doctrine: Government Breach of Contract

Contractors often have questions on the types of claims available to them.  One claim contractors can assert when trying to recover government breach of contract damages is a superior knowledge claim.  The superior knowledge doctrine is based on the idea that where the government had knowledge of information that would affect… Read more »

Security Facility Clearance and Understanding the Regulations

Security facility clearance compliance decisions and internal practices are important aspects of being able to perform government contracts. When companies are facing judicial scrutiny or adverse legal actions, it is important to understand the laws and regulations that regulate facility clearances and individuals complying with those laws. As a government… Read more »

Costs Associated With Termination for Default Clause

Under what authority can the contracting officer terminate a contract for default or cause? When assessing costs associated with the Termination for Default Clause, you must first understand the government’s rights. Under government contracts law, if your contract contains the Default clause at 52.249-8, the Government has the right, subject to… Read more »