Nyet: Board Finds Insufficient Evidence to Grant Summary Judgment on SOL Grounds
In Kellogg Brown & Root Servs., Inc. (June 16, 2016), the ASBCA denied KBR’s motion for summary judgment regarding two government demands for repayment of alleged overcharges that KBR argued were barred by the CDA’s six-year statute of limitations. Citing Sikorsky, the board held that, even though KBR had presented numerous documents to show that the government was made aware of its challenged practices more than six years before the final decisions, the documents themselves (without more) failed to establish undisputed material facts sufficient to meet the post-Sikorsky burden of proof in light of the government’s opposing evidence.
Associate Charles Baek (admitted in New York only) also contributed to this alert.
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