Partner Eric Crusius spoke with Government Matters on what contractors need to do to keep afloat after the longest government shutdown in history.
“One thing they really need to do is put in a request for equitable adjustment with the contracting agency they have. That requires them getting their costs together for the wind-down, and their cost for the wind-up again,” Mr. Crusius said. “They have 30 days generally speaking to put in for those costs. I recommend trying to get it in before the next few weeks because there could be another shutdown.”
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