Public Contracts and Procurement Regulations in Virginia: Dispute Processes and Resolution
The Contract Disputes Act of 1978 ("CDA") governs the submission and resolution of all claims against the Federal Government. In addition to setting forth procedures for the submission and resolution of claims against the Government, this Act also covers such things as interest on claims, certification of claims and civil penalties for false claims. The CDA applies to all contracts entered into after March 1, 1979 with any executive agency of the government. It covers the procurement of property other than real property, the procurement of services, the construction, alteration, repair or maintenance of
real property and the disposal of personal property. The CDA establishes a six year statute of limitations for the submission of any claims in writing to the contracting officer. The CDA covers all disputes arising under or relating to any contract subject to the Act and breach of contract claims.
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