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  • Defense Contracting

    November 2017

    Justice Gorsuch Weighs In on Contracts

    By Herb Fenster and Andrew Guy
    When presented with ambiguous terms in a government contract, courts have debated the best way to interpret those terms. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch recently hinted at where he stands on the issue.
  • Defense Contracting

    September 2017

    The Intent of the First-to-File Rule

    By Andrew Guy , Peter Hutt II and John Sorrenti
    The first-to-file rule states that “[w]hen a person brings an action . . . no person other than the government may intervene or bring a related action based on the facts underlying the pending action.”
  • Acquisition Programs

    July 2017

    Panel Urges Acquisition System Reform

    By Sandy Hoe and Alex Hastings
    The 2016 National Defense Authorization Act established the Section 809 Panel to address fundamental problems with how the Defense Department acquires goods and services to support its warfighters.
  • Defense Contracting

    June 2017

    Late Means Late for Contract Proposals

    By Julia Lippman and Jason Workmaster
    The Government Accountability Office on Feb. 27 reiterated its long standing rule that, when it comes to proposal submissions, “late” means “late.”
  • Government Contracting Insights

    March 2017

    Cybersecurity Requirements Clarified

    By Susan Cassidy and Patrick Stanton
    The Defense Department's recently updated frequently asked questions for a Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement can be helpful for those contractors still working on its implementation.
  • Defense Contracting

    January 2017

    Use of FOIA in Contractor Claims Clarified

    By Justin M. Ganderson and Kevin T. Barnett
    Contractors can use FOIA to obtain government documents that may support a Contract Disputes Act claim.
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