Are you trying to navigate a government contract without the help of a Virginia U.S. Federal Government suspension and debarment attorney from our firm? Do you wish to appeal a decision, but are unsure about how to do so in the most effective manner? If so, it would be a good idea to retain The Federal Practice Group for legal counsel.
Trying to navigate the ins and outs of any government contract, be it at the local, state, or federal level, can truly be a challenge. Nearly all contracts come with specific legal regulations and considerations which make it difficult to know how to handle an appeal, and which action you should take. To add to these complications, the deadlines in which to pursue an appeal are often extremely short, which means you won't have much time to think things through. An experienced and skilled Virginia U.S. Federal suspension and debarment attorney can make a difference and help you to resolve potential issues and avoid costly mistakes.
If you are looking for help with securing, disputing, or appealing any government contract, or related matters, please consult an attorney as soon as possible.
If you are trying to secure a government contract, the last thing you may want is to be dismissed by the court because of a mistake or error. When you wish to appeal a federal agency's decision, there are very specific procedural rules, stated by the civilian board of contract appeals, that you must follow. Failure to do so, can mean that a CBCA judge will not hear your case.
The fact is that you need to have a strong legal foundation in order to succeed. Choosing to have an attorney on your side can be the first step towards this success.
A lawyer wants you to know that, if you are a government contractor who has received an adverse decision from a government contracting agency or officer, you do have the right to file an appeal to the US Civilian Board of Contract Appeals. What many contractors don't realize is that the CBCA has established rules for jurisdictions.
Under Section 847 of the National Defense Authorization Act, the CBCA has jurisdiction of all Federal Government contract appeals except those which have to do with the Department of Defense and any of its constitute agencies, such as NASA and the USPS. The same act also gives the CBCA the right to jurisdiction claims denial, as well as, other contractual disputes.
A lawyer can do many things for you and your pursuit. If you are planning to appeal a decision with the CBCA, please consider the following advantages of hiring an attorney:
Our attorneys in Virginia are well established, with a renowned reputation amongst other law firms, the court system, and government agencies. We can carefully review your case and identify whether or not a government error has occurred. If so, we may be able to ask the relative agency to reverse the decision. Bear in mind that in order for a reversal to occur, there must have been an error made by the agency; simply disagreeing with their decision is not enough.
To learn more about your options, or to help you make a decision on how best to proceed, please contact The Federal Practice Group to get in touch with a Virginia U.S. Federal suspension and debarment attorney.
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