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Oles Morrison

Know What You’re Signing Up For—The Miller Act Is Now Part of Your Federal Government Construction Project

By on January 10, 2019 | Posted in Procurement Issues

One of the biggest differences between federal government and commercial contracting is that certain clauses may be incorporated by reference (and hence controlling) in a federal contract even if the clause was not expressly included in the contract by the parties.  In a departure from the general principle that contracts […]