Prompt Payment Act Resolving Invoice Problems

The Federal Prompt Payment Act (PPA), 31 USC 3901-3905 , ensures that federal agencies pay vendors for their invoices on time. However, not all government invoices paid on time. This not only creates a hardship; it also impacts the contractor’s ability to perform other contracts and meet other financial obligation. Prompt payment… Read more »

Motion to Intervene in Federal Court of Claims Bid Protest

Filing a United States Court of Federal Claims motion to intervene in a bid protest can be a tricky process. Bid protest lawyers sometimes run afoul of the court’s analysis for motions to intervene. A government contractor can make the costly mistake of not filing a timely intervention motion. Although,… Read more »

ASBCA Cases & Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals Lawyers

Appealing a claim to the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA Cases) means that you first should have a Contracting Officer’s final decision as required under the Contract Disputes Act. Under ASBCA rules, you also want to ensure that you have not waived your right to appeal by agreeing to… Read more »

Court of Federal Claims Bid Protest (COFC) vs GAO Protests

The US Court of Federal Claims (COFC) has jurisdiction to hear a government contract bid protest due to the Administrative Dispute Resolution Act of 1966 (ADRA). As a matter of practice, the COFC does not lose its jurisdiction to hear your protest simply because another bidder files a separate protest… Read more »