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Thompson Government Contracting - Key Considerations in Post-Award Compensation: REAs and Claims

June 17, 2017 - Webinar

On June 20, 2017, Cohen Seglias Federal Contracting Co-Chair,  Ed DeLisle, presented the webinar, "Key Considerations in Post-Award Compensation: REAs and Claims" for Thompson Government Contracting.

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.

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.

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.