Circuit Court Affirms Contractor’s Right to Rely on TAA Certifications

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Pursuant to the False Claims Act (FCA) it was alleged that a contractor sold the Government goods that did not comply with the Trade Agreements Act, (TAA). The TAA forbids the government from acquiring goods produced in certain countries. This particular contractor had obtained TAA certifications from its suppliers. The contractor had also been told by GSA during a contractor assistance visit that they were TAA compliant. The court ruled that it was irrelevant whether the goods were TAA compliant or not because the contractor has a right to “reasonably” rely on the supplier certifications. …read more

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