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Subcontractor Not Allowed To Intervene Claims Administration

Tuesday, January 03, 2006 05:03 pm

 
Subcontractor Not Allowed To Intervene Claims Administration

The Department of Veterans Affairs Board of Contract Appeals has refused to allow a subcontractor to intervene in a Board proceeding even though the sub might ultimately be held liable for the damages in question.

Power Contracting Company was performing a contract at a VA medi [...]

 
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