Contractors may be able to recoup some costs incurred during the partial federal government shutdown, an attorney writes. Those include costs related to demobilization and remobilization of equipment and workforce, as well as costs for idled facilities, equipment, and staff that could not be reassigned, the attorney writes.
Is the government liable for contractors' costs caused by the shutdown?
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