DCAA Relations, Department of Defense News

What KB&R Says in their suit Alleging DCAA Malpractice

“13. DCAA’s negligence caused KBR to incur $12,507,051.76 in professional and internal administrative costs to litigate those actions. The facts and information underlying DCAA’s malpractice were, at all times, uniquely in the government’s possession, and therefore KBR was unable to discover that DCAA was the proximate cause of its injuries until January 6, 2012. KBR is entitled to recover $12,507,051.76 as money damages under the FTCA, 28 U.S.C.  1346(b), 2671-80, as a direct result of DCAA’s professional malpractice”

Excerpt from KB&R’s alleging malpractice by DCAA.

The full complaint can be found here.


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