Save Thousands When Submitting Government Contract Claims
Understanding how to prevent or properly submit government claims can save a contractor several thousands or millions of dollars. In many cases, contractors either waive their rights on appeals due to a lack of understanding of the original claims process.
Businesses also sometimes do not understand their entitlements under the contract claims process. The most important law with regard to the submission of claims and the contract disputes process is the Contract Disputes Act of 1978 (41 USC 601-613). The Act is incorporated in the disputes clause of federal construction contracts. See FAR 52.233-1.
Watson & Associates are government contract claims attorneys that frequently litigate and appeal disputes against the federal government. Our federal procurement team is committed to educating contractors about their rights and how to proceed when there is a dispute with federal agencies.
July 28, 2016 – July 29, 2016
Times: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Max 2 registrants per company.
This government contract claims training class is intended to educate attendees how to avoid the most costly mistakes in the contract claims process, create a clearer understanding of legal rights during terminations for convenience, scope changes or equitable adjustments.
- Learn how to provide support for all government claims
- Learn how to avoid costly mistakes seen at the claims court or appeals board level.
- Understand the procedural requirements for submitting government contract claims
- Learn how to properly deal with scope changes before you start performing
Government construction contracting companies are highly encouraged to attend, Corporate executives and key personnel are also encouraged to attend.
- Learn how to avoid claims disputes with the government
- Develop a better understanding of contracting officer final decisions
- Learn about construction delays and differing site conditions as they apply to Contract Disputes Act claims against the government
- Understand the rules about interest
- Learn about the difference between a request for equitable adjustment and a government contract claim under the CDA
Catered Lunch Provided – Enjoy an Opportunity to Network with Other Businesses.
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