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Court of Federal Claims Finds CDA Anti-Fraud Provision’s Statute of Limitations Has a Hard Stop at 6

USA - May 19 2021 For federal contractors, the Contract Disputes Act (“CDA”) can be a double-edged sword. While the CDA allows contractors to assert contractual…

Alison Schoettler Harmes, John M. Satira.

GAO Finds That DoD Research Centers Are Failing to Follow All Data Protection Measures of New Pilot Program

USA - March 18 2020 The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017 directed DoD to establish a pilot program aiming to streamline the process for FFRDCs to…

John M. Satira.

Coronavirus’s Impact on Federal Contractors

USA - March 12 2020 Energy companies often find themselves in business with the federal government—selling natural gas and electricity to federal facilities, providing…

David R. Johnson.

When “Expressly” No Longer Means “Expressly”: The Federal Circuit’s Raytheon Decision Broadens the Concept of “Expressly Unallowable Costs” and the Potential for Imposition of Penalties

USA - November 4 2019 On October 18, 2019, in Raytheon Company v. Secretary of Defense, No. 2018-2371 (Fed. Cir. Oct. 18, 2019), the Federal Circuit affirmed a decision of…

Adrianne L. Goins, Daniel P. Graham.

Supreme Court Extends the Statute of Limitations for Claims by Relators

USA - May 31 2019 The Supreme Court’s recent decision in Cochise Consultancy Inc. v. United States, ex rel. Hunt,has altered the landscape for False Claims Act (FCA)…

Matthew J. Jacobs, Daniel T. Wallmuth.