Suspension and Debarment of Government Contractors

Procurement suspension and debarment of government contractors 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 »

Difference Between Suspension and Debarment

The federal government’s oversight of contract compliance and other factors leading to the suspension and debarment of government contractors have increased dramatically over the past few years. Staying off the debarment list means knowing what gets you into trouble and what being a responsible contractor means. Suspension and Debarment actions… Read more »

Federal Suspension and Debarment Appeals

Do You Know the Next Steps for Your Suspension and Debarment Appeals? As a government contractor, you must be aware that the Board of Contracts Appeal does not have jurisdiction to review suspension and debarment  appeals decisions. See Inter-Continental Equipment, Inc., ASBCA No. 38444, 90-1 BCA122,501 at 112,956 (holding the Board lacks… Read more »