In government contract litigation, interpretation of the words of the contract may extend to relevant outside information to interpret the contract’s meaning. This article reviews the basic legal concepts judges typically use for such interpretation.
The fallout from this massive scandal is still unfolding. Foreign nationals and U.S. government personnel committed heinous contract crimes—including conspiracy and bribery. However, noticeably absent from the charges levied at the U.S. government conspirators are any charges for espionage or spying…
Four common contracting problems and the lean countermeasures you can implement immediately for big results. (Sponsored Content)
You may be an IDIQ awardee, but are you an “interested party” with standing to protest another company’s award under the same solicitation? This article examines the differing treatment by GAO versus the Court of Federal Claims on this issue.
The defense environment continues to evolve, but the strategies used to protect the DOD’s sensitive IP are in stasis. This article calls for the creation of additional IP rights categories and safeguards, and reveals potential changes to IP policy to further the United States’ technological capabilities.
A review of the differences between claims and requests for equitable adjustment (REAs)—including where both occur in the federal government contracts life cycle, the requirements for each, and the various ways they are resolved.
The latest installment in an article series focusing on a tongue-in-cheek empirical experiment, now going on its second decade, for measuring acquisition reform.
How Palantir reinforces FASA’s commercial item requirements.