Construction Claims & Appealing Contracting Officer’s Final Decision

Avoid Getting Your Case Dismissed on Appeal. A contracting officer’s final decision in federal government contracting carries a lot of weight. For example,  a contracting officer is the final authority for approving or denying construction claims or requests for equitable adjustments.  Small business contractor lawyers and non-government contracting attorneys often… Read more »

Difference Between a Government Bid Protest and a Contract Dispute

For government contractors, there are two primary mechanisms to address disputes related to federal government contracts: filing a government protest and filing a Contract Disputes Act (CDA) claim. While both processes aim to resolve disputes related to government contracts, they are distinct and differ in their procedures and outcomes. When… Read more »

Government Contract FAR Novation Agreements FAR 42.1204

Theodore P. Watson, Esq. ( Federal FAR. Novation of Contract Law Lawyer) Are you a federal government contractor who needs help navigating the complex process of novating contracts? Or maybe you’re a business owner facing the daunting task of novating contracts during a purchase or sale. Whatever your situation, we’re… Read more »

Construction Claims Appeal for Government Contracts

Oftentimes, a  government contracts construction claims appeal is dismissed on appeal for lack of jurisdiction by the court. This can cost you a substantial amount of litigation fees only to find out that your case is dismissed on a technicality. To avoid such a peril, your must understand the basics when it… Read more »

Technical Proposal Writing Mistakes in Government Contracts

Lack of Crucial Technical Proposal Writing Information Can Cost You the Contract Technical proposals that introduce involvement or parent companies will be heavily scrutinized by government contracting agencies. Even when you are proposing larger subcontractors you still have to meet certain proposal inclusions to get a favorable rating. There are… Read more »

Government Construction Claims and Appeals

When submitting federal government construction claims or appeals, the result usually lies in your justification for the claim, whether you met the Contract Disputes Act requirements and whether there was actually a contracting officer’s final decision. In addition, when submitting a differing site condition for a construction claim, the Federal Claims Court… Read more »