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Prof. Ryan T. Holte - Nominee to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims

Traditionally, nominees to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims (CFC) don’t attract much controversy.  Due to the CFC’s limited jurisdiction and 15-year terms for their judges, both senators and interest groups generally ignore the court, and focus their attention on lifetime appointments.   1,459 more words

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When Offering a Low Cost Is Detrimental, and a Different Way to Show Technical Acceptability

It sounds simple. In Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA) procurements, the agency determines the best value proposal by identifying those that are technically acceptable and then selecting the one with the lowest price. 683 more words

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Can insurers sue to recover cost-sharing money?


Murray-Alexander is going nowhere. Senator Collins insists that passing the bipartisan legislation, which would restore cost-sharing payments for two years, is a condition of her vote on the pending tax bill. 884 more words

When Poor Performance Reviews Become a Matter of Public Record: What Contractors Need to Know

Statute and regulation prevent public access to contractor past performance information. That said, contractors who contest poor performance reviews in Court or at a board may unintentionally put themselves at risk to have the details of the matter released in a public decision. 665 more words

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3 Things You Need to Know When Trying to Correct a Poor CPARS Rating

The Contractor Performance Assessment Reports System (CPARS) allows agencies to rate the contractors with which they do business. A poor CPARS rating is a fairly serious matter for contractors, and can impair them from getting future contracts. 599 more words

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