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FAR Clauses Are in the Contract Whether You Know It or Not: Federal Circuit Affirms Continuing Vitality of Christian Doctrine

USA - November 19 2018 Since 1963, the federal government has relied on a doctrine first advanced in G. L. Christian & Assocs. v. United States to read certain terms and...

William B. O'Reilly.


Teaming Agreements Under Fire: Decision Chips Away at the Enforceability of Teaming Agreements

USA - August 13 2018 In recent years, federal and state courts in Virginia have slowly chipped away at the ability of teaming partners to enforce what they presumed were...


Government Contractors Could Benefit if Congress Quickly Finishes Spending Bills - But That’s a Big ‘If’

USA - May 8 2018 Republican lawmakers in the coming weeks hope to begin voting on several spending bills as the first step toward avoiding a politically embarrassing...

Christian B. Jones.


What to Expect When You're Expecting Another Government Shutdown

USA - January 19 2018 As most federal contractors have learned, disruptions to the regular order of the congressional budget process have led to a heavy reliance on...


Countdown Begins for Cybersecurity Compliance

USA - July 6 2017 This month marks an important waypoint for defense contractors subject to the new cybersecurity requirements imposed by the Department of Defense. For...