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Contract disputes between federal government agencies and private contractors are decided by either the Court of Federal Claims or by several administrative boards of contract appeals. In fact, the administrative boards issue the majority of these decisions which are an important part of the law that applies to government contracts.

Contract Appeals Decisions offers the full text of every decision issued by the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals and the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals as well as the former boards of the Army Corps of Engineers, Department of Agriculture, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Department of Interior, Department of Labor, Department of Transportation, Department of Energy, General Services Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs, and others.

Expert written headnotes accompany each decision. Also included are a topical index, personnel listings and procedural rules for the boards, and biographies of each sitting judge.

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Coverage includes decisions of:
  • Armed Services (ASBCA)
  • Corps of Engineers (ENG BCA)
  • Department of Agriculture (AGBCA)
  • Department of Energy (EBCA)
  • Department of Interior (IBCA)
  • Department of Labor (LBCA)
  • Department of Transportation (DOT BCA)
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD BCA)
  • Postal Service (PSBCA)
  • General Services Administration (GSBCA)
  • Department of Veterans Affairs (VABCA)
  • In addition to full texts of cases, Contract Appeals Decisions also includes current rules of practice, and personnel lists and biographies for judges on the various boards of Contract Appeals.

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