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Board Denies Using Jury Verdict Approach In Estimating Excusable Delay

Thursday, January 04, 2007 11:21 am

 
Board Denies Using Jury Verdict Approach In Estimating Excusable Delay

On Jan. 31, 2006, the Postal Service Board of Contract Appeals (PSBCA) sustained a default termination against contractor M.E.S., Inc. On Nov. 1, the PSBCA rejected M.E.S.'s motion for reconsideration.

The Postal Service contracted with M.E.S. for construction of a new post office building. With two months left in the performance period, the contracting officer terminated the contract for default due to failure to prosecute the work in a manner that would assure timely completion. In January, the PSBCA concluded t [...]

 
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