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Claims Were Separate For Purposes Of Certification Claims Administration

Saturday, July 03, 2004 01:34 pm

 
Claims Were Separate For Purposes Of Certification Claims Administration

The Federal Claims Court has ruled that two claims, while related, were sufficiently distinct to avoid aggregation for purposes of certification under the Contract Disputes Act (CDA).

The Army Corps of Engineers awarded a unit-price contract to Engineered Demolition, Inc. (EDI) for removal and disposal of contaminated soil in St. Louis County, Missouri. EDI subcontracted the transportation of the material to Greenfield Logistics, LLC.

The Corps issued a directive changing the finish grade elevation, thereby reducing the quantity of material to be removed. EDI submitted an uncertified claim for [...]

 
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