November 4, 2017

Recent Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA) decision reiterates the signature requirement for certified claims––a typewritten signature in the signature block of the claim is insufficient.  The ASBCA reasoned:

"Here we have no signature, no discrete, verifiable symbol that can be authenticated, only a typewritten signature block, similar to the circumstances in the Tokyo Company appeal. See also Emerald Town Construction Group, ASBCA No. 60841, 2017 ASBCA Lexis 129; ABS Development Co...

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