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Court of Federal Claims Continues Injunctions of Student Loan Debt Collection Contracts

The Court of Federal Claims continued preliminary injunctions because the court became aware of issues with the government’s student loan program, and it was necessary to preserve the status quo until the protests of the contract awards for debt collection … Continue reading

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Court’s Roadmap to Recovering Bid/Proposal Costs

One potential outcome of a successful protest before the Court of Federal Claims is an award of bid preparation and proposal costs. Such an award may be the only consolation if the CFC declines injunctive relief. This was the case … Continue reading

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I Learned a New Word Today

I have talked about timeliness in submission before, but when I came across a case in the Court of Federal Claims about “spoliation” I had no idea I was headed in the same path.  I was baffled by this new … Continue reading

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Government’s Share of Segment Closing Costs Nearly $60 Million

The Court of Federal Claims released its third opinion in Raytheon Co. v. U.S., in which the court granted the contractor segment closing adjustments related to the sale of two business segments. The post-trial opinion, authored by Judge Firestone, found … Continue reading

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