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Tag Archives: Compensation

Hidden in Plain Sight: Where, Oh Where, Have the Compensation Caps Gone?

Posted in Cost/Cost Accounting, Legal Developments
Contractors looking for updates to the statutory allowable cost limits on employee compensation may be looking in the wrong place.  But what was once lost can easily be found, at least for the moment, by simply navigating to a different website. The Cost Principles and the Compensation Cap FAR 31.205-6(p)(4) governs the allowable compensation of… Continue Reading

When is a Required Evaluation Not Required? A Warning for Contractors Expecting the Government to Evaluate Professional Compensation

Posted in Bid Protest, Legal Developments
Everyone can agree that professional employees should be compensated fairly and properly—both for the benefit of the employees and to ensure successful contract performance. However, a recent GAO decision could provide a loophole for agencies to forego the very evaluation designed to ensure that fair and proper compensation. Contractors competing for work involving meaningful numbers… Continue Reading