REAs & Claims: What's the Difference?

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Event Overview

The one constant is change! Even in federal contracts, things don’t always goes as planned. When this happens, what can you do to ensure you are paid fairly for the changed work? Whether its contract delays, changing scope, wage-determination updates or a host of other potential scenarios; contractors need to understand their rights and options and how to request and negotiate compensation.

Please join DHG’s Brad Tress and Bill Walter along with their guests, Aron Beezley and Sarah Osborne of Bradley, as they discuss the elements of requests for equitable adjustment ("REA") and claims, current trends and what you should consider as you move forward on the path to resolution. Specifically, the panel will discuss:

  • How REAs and claims are used to negotiate compensation
  • Recent trends and developments in REAs and claims
  • Key elements - entitlement and quantum
  • Overview of contract clauses that provide for contract price adjustment
  • Comparison of the REA process vs. the claim process

Speakers:

Aron Beezley, Bradley

Sarah Osborne, Bradley

Brad Tress, Dixon Hughes Goodman

Bill Walter, Dixon Hughes Goodman

Please note CPE is not offered for this webinar.

For questions or for more information, please contact the Government Contracting group at govcon@dhg.com.

This webinar is part of the Issues in Focus Webinar Series which delves into current issues facing the industry. Please check back closer to the dates listed for more information regarding the topics and registration process.

About the Dixon Hughes Goodman Government Contracting Service Group: Our Government Contracting Services Group is active in government contracting associations, keeps up to date with the effects of policies on the local and national levels and provides proactive advice to our clients. In addition, we actively monitor the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), the Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) agenda, as well as changes to the Small Business Administration (SBA).