Snooze and Lose

Snooze and Lose

The Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (the “Board”) reminded the government that if it failed to raise jurisdictional issues (namely a sum certain requirement that should have been in the claim) before a hearing on the merits, it forfeited its right to...

Armed Services Board Report For Fiscal 2023 Shows Increases In Merits Found In More Than 50% Of The Cases Reported

Take a look at the ASBCA Claims Report 2023.  The most recent report of the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (“ASBCA” or the “Board”), issued on November 21, 2023, indicated a decline in the number of cases docketed in FY 2023, but an increase in the number of...

GAO Won’t Consider Non-Competes Because They Are Considered To Be Private Disputes

Strativia, LLC protested award of a task order to Field Data Technology (“FDT”) under a  Department of Agriculture solicitation for support of a Retailer Service Center for Supplemental Nutrition Assistant Program (“SNAP”) benefits.  (SNAP was previously known as the...