Performance in the Time of the Coronavirus: A Review of the CBCA’s Recent Decision, Denying Epidemic-Related Costs


In this rather pedantic yet compelling episode we discuss Edgar Allen Poe, best practices for pre-modern social distancing, the evolutionary strategy of the Ebola virus, and the CBCA’s recent decision denying a claim for costs incurred as a result of the 2014 Ebola outbreak. Contractors need to be aware of this case when they seek to recover costs related to COVID-19.

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