Tag Archives: Cost Accounting

Federal Circuit Rejects Government’s Waiver and Jurisdiction Defenses, Paving the Way for a CAS Showdown at the Court of Federal Claims

Earlier this week, the Federal Circuit issued a decision in The Boeing Company v. United States that clears the way for resolution of Boeing’s substantive challenge to a controversial FAR provision that can give the government windfall recoveries in Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) matters.  The Federal Circuit decision is notable for three reasons.  First, in … Continue Reading

FAR Council Proposes to Disallow Costs of Congressional Investigations That Result From Adverse Legal and Administrative Proceedings

On February 17, 2016, the FAR Council proposed a rule that would add a new category of unallowable costs to FAR Part 31 — costs of responding to an inquiry by Congress, if that inquiry results from a judicial or administrative proceeding in which the contractor is found criminally liable, found liable for civil fraud, … Continue Reading

Request for Public Comments on “Alternative Measures” for Calculating Allowable Employee Compensation Costs

A Federal Register notice has requested public comments on “alternative measures” for capping the reimbursement of contractor employee compensation.  This notice follows a June 24, 2014 interim rule from the Department of Defense (“DOD”), the General Services Administration, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration that implements Section 702 of the Bipartisan Budget Act of … Continue Reading
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