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Key Considerations in Post-Award Compensation: REAS and Claims

Tuesday, June 20, 2017 • 1:00 pm ET/12:00 pm CT/11:00 am MT/10:00 am PT
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$189.00 Key Considerations in Post-Award Compensation: REAS and Claims (OnDemand)
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Subject: Federal Contracting

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Program Knowledge Level: Basic

Advanced Preparation: None

Being awarded a federal contract can be great for business—unless something goes wrong.

For instance, what happens if a government client makes expensive changes to the original contract? Or what if they’re responsible for delaying the project schedule?  Situations like these can leave contractors having to cover unanticipated costs that can cut deeply into profits.

You don’t have to leave money on the table. Instead, let an expert in federal contracting show you how to use REAs and claims to recover those costs … without giving up a good relationship with your federal clients.

Register now for Key Considerations in Post-Award Compensation: REAs and Claims.

In this 90-minute webinar, experienced federal contracting attorney Ed Delisle will explain two key strategies for seeking compensation when something goes wrong post-award. You’ll learn the differences between Requests for Equitable Adjustments (REAs) and claims and when to use each of them. You’ll also receive valuable guidance on the Contract Disputes Act claims and appeals process.

Maximizing your chance of recovering costs. You’ll learn how to use REAs and claims without making mistakes that can affect your relationship with your government client, how much you end up receiving and how long it takes. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now for expert guidance for getting the government to reimburse you for unanticipated costs incurred on a contract, including how to:

  • Differentiate between REAs and claims and determine when to use each
  • Appeal a claim denial to the Boards of Contract Appeals or the Court of Federal Claims
  • Understand the best way to apply sub-v-prime and Miller Act claims

When the government is responsible for delaying a project or making expensive changes to the original contract, you don’t want to be left holding the bag. Don’t miss this opportunity to get expert guidance on how to use REAs and claims to recover those costs—without sacrificing your client relationship.

Register now for Key Considerations in Post-Award Compensation: REAs and Claims.

Who Will Benefit

This webinar is of value to contractors and subcontractors. Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • Contract administrators
  • Program managers
  • CFOs
  • CTRs
  • Agency and contractors’ counsel

FAR Benefit: Augment your compliance training and internal controls programs!

The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR 52.203-13), entitled Contractor Code of Business Ethics and Conduct, requires contractors not represented as small businesses to establish an ongoing business ethics awareness and compliance program, as well as effective internal controls. Participating in this webinar course can augment your company’s code of ethics and training programs by providing specific guidance on contractual obligations. Training can also be a significant part of an internal control system. Sign up today!


YOUR EXPERT(S):

Edward Delisle
Edward T. Delisle is Co-Chair of the Federal Contracting Group at Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC. He concentrates his practice in the areas of federal contracting, construction law, construction litigation and small business procurement and litigation. He has drafted and negotiated construction contracts, teaming agreements and joint venture agreements for subcontractors, contractors, developers and owners. Ed also actively monitors the progress of his client's construction projects in order to safeguard those rights and remedies to which they are entitled. He has litigated, arbitrated and mediated complex construction and procurement cases in various jurisdictions and forums throughout the area.

Ed has been a frequent lecturer and author on issues of concern to the construction and federal contracting industries. He has presented at the National 8(a) Association Conferences in Anchorage, Alaska and in Orlando, FL as well as at the AGC Federal Contractors Conference in Washington, DC. Last year, Ed spoke at AGC of America's national conference in Las Vegas, where he discussed hot topics in federal government contracts. Ed is a frequent author for the Firm’s Federal Construction Contracting Blog and is a legal content contributor to both VetLikeMe and Onvia.

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