2nd Rebuke Further Erodes DCAA's Contractor Pay Policy

Law360, New York (June 27, 2012, 4:04 PM EDT) -- For the second time this year, the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals has rejected the Defense Contract Audit Agency's methods for calculating what contractor executives should be paid, a move attorneys say could force the agency to rethink the way it determines contractor salaries.

In an appeal by defense technology contractor Metron Inc., the ASBCA on June 18 shot down the DCAA's attempt to reduce payments toward the salaries of Metron executives and engineers, saying the agency's analysis was based on poor data and unsupported...
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