A contractor hired to do mechanical work by the Department of Citywide Administrative Services ("DCAS") disputed the deductions that DCAS had taken and sought additional compensation.
The Contract Dispute Resolution Board, with ALJ Spooner sitting as chair, found that the DCAS's decisions had been made six or more years previously and that the contractor's 30-day deadline to dispute them had long expired.
The Board dismissed the petition.
Crescent Contracting Corp. v. Dep't of Citywide Admin. Services (in PDF), OATH Index No. 1030/12, mem. dec. (Apr. 13, 2012).