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Construction Claims

This three-day, elective course will provide contracting and program personnel with the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize the legal and practical implications of government contract claims. This course will dive into the specific application of construction contracting and the inherent differences in planning, negotiating, awarding, and avoiding claims. You will participate in engaging exercises, review and application of case law, and dynamic facilitator-led discussions to further reinforce the learning objectives.

Learning Objectives

  • Explain what constitutes a claim, the rules for preparing a claim, and how to respond to the filing of a claim
  • Understand the background and general process of construction contract claims
  • Apply knowledge to issue and accept equitable adjustments
  • Know the steps and alternative actions to claim resolution
  • Identify claims that exist under circumstances other than the changes clause
  • Understand the role and expectations of both the Board of Contract Appeals and the United States Court of Federal Claims
  • Apply cost analysis to the construction contract to ensure proper standing and ensure best value to the government
  • Use expectation management and communication techniques to avoid claims

Pre-Requisites

None

Course ID

CSTN CLAIM-EL

Length

3 Days

CLPs

24

Testimonials

“Overall, a great class. It was challenging and mentally stimulating.” – 2019 participant

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