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Does the Government Owe You Money? When to File An REA in Your Government Contract

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WEBINAR: Request for Equitable Adjustments (REA)

Presented by Whitcomb Selinsky, PC

 

Your firm was recently awarded a government contract, but the contract solicitor has delayed the project and has added changes to the agreement that make it more expensive to perform. You find yourself asking these questions:
- What do I do now?
- Where do I turn as I cannot pay my staff for the work rendered to-date?
- Who is accountable for the expenses incurred on this project and what immediate steps do I need to take?

Watch our on-demand webinar, moderated by Colorado PTAC, and presented by Joe Whitcomb, founder and president of Whitcomb Selinsky, PC, we will walk through situations where a contractor is entitled to an equitable adjustment in price or time to perform the awarded contract.

We also share with attendees:
- The difference between a claim and a Request for Equitable Adjustment (REA)
- When to file an REA
- Other considerations to keep in mind before filing an REA.

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About the AuthorJoe Whitcomb

Joe Whitcomb is the founder and president of Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC (WSM). In addition, he manages the firm and heads up the Government Procurement and International Business Transactions Law sections. As a result of his military service as a U.S. Army Ranger and as a non-commissioned officer in the Air Force, he learned mission accomplishment. While serving in the Air Force, he earned his Bachelor’s in Social Sciences and a Master’s in International Relations. His Master’s emphasis was on National Security and International Political Economics. After his military career, Joe attended law school at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.

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