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David Yang speaks with Law360 regarding the DOD’s Audit Backlog Milestone

By on June 21, 2019 | Posted in Cost and Pricing

On June 20th, David Yang spoke with Law360 to discuss the Defense Contract Audit Agency’s audit backlog milestone. The agency reports they have eliminated a years long backlog of cost audits which is welcome news for contractors. Defending these years-old cost claims can be expensive for contractors. Read the full Law360 article here:

New Rule, Same Requirements? – The Department of Defense’s New Rule on Voluntary Disclosures of Defective Pricing Matters

By on May 23, 2018 | Posted in Cost and Pricing

The Department of Defense (“DoD”) recently issued a final rule regarding contractor disclosures of defective pricing issues on DoD contracts, which can arise where the contractor’s certified cost or pricing data is inaccurate, incomplete or is not current.  In such cases, these errors and omissions can result in significant contract […]

You Don’t Always Get What You Pay For: Government Waives a Credit for Work Not Performed

By on January 22, 2018 | Posted in Claims and Disputes

In Appeal of American West Construction, LLC, the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals considered whether the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Government) lost its right to claim a credit under the Changes Clause by waiving its right to insist on compliance with the contract specifications prior to insisting on […]

Federal Government Contracts: How to Navigate in the New Administration – Seminar/Webinar – Nov. 16, 2017

By on August 23, 2017 | Posted in Bid Protests

With every new administration, there is both great uncertainty and opportunity in federal government contracting. To help you navigate the rough seas of doing business with the federal government in this new administration, we have assembled nationally recognized practitioners who will cover topics relevant to government contractors large and small, novice […]

Beware: Stock Performance Based Executive Compensation is an Unallowable Cost Under the FAR

By on June 20, 2017 | Posted in Claims and Disputes

It is common for corporations to compensate executives (and other employees) based upon stock price performance.  Tax implications lend support for this practice with respect to high-paid employees, as executive compensation is only deductible up to a limit of $1 million per year, so companies are inclined to compensate executives […]