Gov't Shutdown Stymies Dormitory Co.'s Fed Contract Case

Law360 (January 16, 2019, 8:21 PM EST) -- A dormitory services company's unfair treatment suit against the U.S. government slowed to a crawl in the Court of Federal Claims when the presiding judge asked the parties whether she should stay the case in light of an appropriations lapse due to the government shutdown.

Federal Claims Judge Marian Blank Horn said she received Safeguard Base Operations LLC's bid protest involving a Federal Law Enforcement Training Center maintenance contract on Tuesday, the same day she received the government's motion for a stay until Congress has restored appropriations to the U.S. Department of Justice. The company claims that competitor B&O Joint Venture...

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