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This Contract Disputes Act (“CDA”) case involves the arcane subject of pension cost allocations — a process of such complexity that, if it were just a game, it would make professional poker look like a round of go fish.  Notwithstanding that Textron AD’s counsel were dealt some bad cards in this case — Textron AD delayed submitting its required administrative claim until 2020 — they played a solid hand, giving this Court serious pause about whether the government held the winning trump card: an ironclad statute of limitations defense. Ultimately, however, the Court concludes that government was not bluffing: the statute of limitations indeed bars Textron AD’s complaint from moving forward.

Textron Aviation Defense LLC v. U. S., No. 20-1903C, August 12, 2022

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Not much harder in the world of government contract cost accounting than dealing with pensions. CAS 412 and 413 are ... challenging. To say the least.

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