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Contract – Government Contract – UCITA – Pay-If-Paid Clause (access required)

A government subcontractor cannot collect for software it marketed to the National Security Agency and tried to get the agency to buy through defendant prime contractor, under either the controlling “pay if paid” language of the subcontract, or under the Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act, Va. Code § 59.1-501.3, an Alexandria U.S. District Court holds. Plaintiff ...

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