ASBCA won’t reconsider Raytheon Allowable Cost Ruling

Neither Raytheon nor the Defense Contract Management Agency showed any clear error in a decision that had found that most of Raytheon’s disputed contract cost reimbursement claims were not expressly unallowable, the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals ruled recently, refusing to reconsider its earlier decision.

The DCMA had failed to show any clear error in the board’s ruling that certain aircraft leasing costs claimed by Raytheon shouldn’t be subject to penalties under the Federal Acquisition Regulation, or FAR, the ASBCA found in an Aug. 28…

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