Tag Archives: Changes

Lots of Little Things – FAR Updates from the Federal Acquisition Circular

Every now and then, the FAR Councils issue a Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC) – an update to the Federal Acquisition Regulation implementing a number of changes. Often these changes are rather pro forma. But occasionally, you get a Circular with many different (and interesting) issues. FAC 2005-67, issued in late-June 2013, with rules becoming effective … Continue Reading

Let Bygones Be Bygones – Except When It Comes To “Out of Scope” Modifications

By Marko W. Kipa After an unsuccessful bid protest, many contractors assume that their chance at getting a piece of the action has passed. They assume that they have exhausted their remedies and that all of the spoils inevitably will go to the victor. They let bygones be bygones and move-on to the next capture opportunity and … Continue Reading

But You Promised!Ten Simple Steps for Avoiding the “Apparent Authority” Trap

In our claims practice, we frequently represent clients seeking compensation for constructive changes. One of the most common obstacles to recovery arises where the Government employee who ordered the additional or changed work lacked the authority to do so. Invariably, the Government’s first line of defense in these cases is the well-established principle that the Government is … Continue Reading
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