Gulf Group Gen. Enters. Co. W.L.L. v. United States
2013 U.S. Claims LEXIS 899 (Fed. Cl. July 2, 2013)

This action arose from a contractor’s claim that the U.S. Army (the “Army” or the “Government”) abused its discretion in terminating contracts for its convenience. In September 2004, Gulf Group General Enterprises Co. W.L.L. (“Gulf Group”) entered into four contracts worth approximately $15.8 million with the Army to provide cleanup and sanitation services in Kuwait. Three of the contracts—the camp package master blanket purchase agreement for provisions (the “BPA contract”), the latrine contract, and the dumpster contract—were terminated by the Army for its convenience within a month after they were awarded. The fourth contract, for bottled water distribution (the “bottled water contract”), was not terminated and instead extended into 2005.Continue Reading Court of Federal Claims Holds Government Abused Discretion in Terminating Contract for Convenience; Also Finds Contractor Liable for Violations of the False Claims Act

Al Munford, Inc. v. United States,
1995 U.S. Claims LEXIS 163 (Cl. Ct. August 15, 1995)
False Claims Act – Federal contractor violated the False Claims Act, 41 U.S.C. 3729 (1988) when it submitted a certified claim to the contracting officer which included amounts which the Government had previously paid.Continue Reading Claims Court Reviews Standards for False Claims Act and Contracts Disputes Act Liability for Inaccurate Claims