Agency professionals who write contracts sometimes fail to include the basic and necessary elements of a contract. Whether an agency omits necessary elements of the contract deliberately or (more likely) by accident, it’s often the contractor who suffers. This was the case in a recent procurement by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), which neglected to include several critical parts in an IDIQ contract with Pros Cleaners. When Pros Cleaners never received a task order for any work under the contract, they took the case to the CBCA (Civilian Board of Contract Appeals) claiming breach of contract. Read the full article to learn why the Court sided with the agency and what you can do to make sure your Government contracts are enforceable.