Recovering the Costs of COVID-19 Impacts and DelaysA Guide for Federal Contractors | Spring 2021
The Berg Hill Greenleaf Ruscitti Construction Team will discuss federal policy concerning COVID-19 impacts on federal contractors, strategies for recovering the costs of COVID-19 impacts and what to expect from the government, the steps federal contractors should take to maximize their potential recovery, and the overall state of the law surrounding COVID-19 and federal contracts.
This presentation will discuss key legal, policy, and factual issues associated with federal contractors’ response and compensation for costs related to COVID-19. COVID-19 has had significant impacts on federal contractors and subcontractors who, in addition to dealing with the health and safety of their workforce, have faced supply shortages, closures, remote work requirements, government-mandated restrictions and stop-work orders, and a host of other challenges. Responding to these issues has caused contractors to incur significant additional costs which were often not priced in or anticipated in their bids for federal contracts. Contractors faced with these uncertain requirements, potential losses, and steep increases in costs as a result of recent events and government response likely have little in the way of past experiences to guide requesting compensation and equitable adjustments for unexpected COVID-19 costs. This webinar provides a general guide for federal contractors navigating the processes for recovering costs related to COVID-19, including:
Federal policy concerning COVID-19 impacts on federal contractors.
Strategies for recovering the costs of COVID-19 impacts and what to expect from the government.
The operational steps federal contractors should take to maximize their potential recovery.
The overall state of the law surrounding COVID-19 and federal contracts
Meet The Team
Giovanni M. Ruscitti
Camille Joy DeCamp
Azar M. Khazian
Jack P. Storti
This is a complimentary event.
Registration is required.
This event will be held virtually. Register for details.