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The Maryland Board of Contract Appeals and “The Death of Common Sense”

In 1998, lawyer Philip Howard wrote The Death of Common Sense, which shined a spot light on how bureaucratic concerns and procedures often overshadowed governmental decisions and results. A recent Maryland Board of Contract Appeals case demonstrates that sixteen years later common sense is still dead.  The Board upheld the Maryland Transportation Authority’s (“MDTA”) rejection…

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