Unpaid for work you performed on your HCR contract? Can’t agree with the Postal Service on a contract price adjustment? Not given a chance to bid on new work in your area?
Learn about remedies for these problems at our new seminar, “Claims and Disagreements under Postal Service HCR contracts.” Husch Blackwell partner David Hendel will present the seminar on January 19, 2016, at 9:00 – 10:30 a.m., at the Golden Nugget Hotel in Last Vegas, NV.
The seminar focuses on two areas where HCR contractors have substantial rights and remedies. First, we examine the claims process, which gives contractors the right to recover funds for various Postal Service actions – or inactions. We describe the activities that potentially generate claims, how to prepare a claim, when to bring a claim, and how claims are processed and resolved. We review actual claims that arose from service changes and describe how courts have ruled on them. We also provide a list of do’s and don’ts when preparing and submitting claims.
Second, we describe the “disagreement” process, which allows contractors to protest a Postal Service procurement action or award decision. We explain the grounds for bringing a disagreement, deadlines and filing requirements, and decisions by the USPS Supplier Disagreement Resolution Officer (SDRO).
The seminar is presented in conjunction with the Central/Western Area regional meeting of the National Star Route Mail Contractors Association. Separate registration is required. For Star Route Association members, the seminar fee is $195; for non-members, $295. A $50 discount applies to each additional person who attends from the same company. Those wishing to register may go to https://www.regonline.com/hcr or contact seminar coordinator Shana Hoy at 816.983.8809 at email@example.com.