DC circ. Assess the competence of the GSA in the matter of the audit authority

By Nadia Dreid (February 15, 2022, 7:58 PM EST) – The DC Circuit is set to decide whether a fight between Crowley’s government departments and the General Services Administration over an audit belongs in federal court of claims or the district court, but after arguments Monday morning, it appeared the panel was leaning towards the latter.

Crowley Government Services wants its trial in federal district court revived, arguing that the lower court failed when it dismissed the lawsuit and said the contractor’s claims challenging the GSA’s finding that it had overcharged the military by $37 million better suited the United States Federal Court of Claims. .

The problem with that, Crowley argues, is that…

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