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Identifying and Quantifying Government Contract Claims

  • 17 Aug 2022
  • 2:00 PM





Filing a claim against a government agency to recover time and/or money related to a contract can be a daunting process. Understanding the claims process and, if necessary, the appeals process is essential. Whether encountering circumstances such as differing interpretations over specifications, changes to your scope of work, modification of terms and conditions, funding issues, or prevailing wage adjustments, you may be entitled to additional time and/or money.

Join PilieroMazza’s Peter Ford, a partner in the Government Contract Claims & Appeals Group, and Baker Tilly’s Larissa Simkovich, a CPA in the Contract Claims & Disputes Group, as they discuss: the process for filing a claim; top bases for claims; quantifying government contract claims; key elements of a successful claim; and the appeal process.

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