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TO WASHINGTON-FILLMORE FOUNDRY INCORPORATED: RECEIPT IS ACKNOWLEDGED OF YOUR LETTER DATED APRIL 25. IS CONCLUSIVE ON THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH OF THE GOVERNMENT AND THE LAW MAKES NO PROVISION FOR AN APPEAL THEREFROM. YOUR ATTENTION IS INVITED TO SECTION 24. PERTAINING TO SUITS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES WHICH ARE COGNIZABLE IN THE DISTRICT COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES AND IN THE COURT OF CLAIMS OF THE UNITED STATES.

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B-127033, MAY 10, 1956

TO WASHINGTON-FILLMORE FOUNDRY INCORPORATED:

RECEIPT IS ACKNOWLEDGED OF YOUR LETTER DATED APRIL 25, 1956, REQUESTING INFORMATION AS TO THE FURTHER APPELLATE ACTION THAT MAY BE AVAILABLE TO YOU IN CONNECTION WITH THE DISALLOWANCE OF YOUR CLAIM FOR $100, UNDER CONTRACT NO. N191S-41990, DATED MAY 16, 1955, WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY.

IN THE ABSENCE OF ANY NEW AND MATERIAL EVIDENCE FURNISHED BY YOU, THE DECISION OF OUR OFFICE DATED MARCH 2, 1956, IS CONCLUSIVE ON THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH OF THE GOVERNMENT AND THE LAW MAKES NO PROVISION FOR AN APPEAL THEREFROM. SEE SECTION 304, ACT OF JUNE 10, 1921, 42 STAT. 24. HOWEVER, YOUR ATTENTION IS INVITED TO SECTION 24, AS AMENDED, AND SECTION 145 OF THE JUDICIAL CODE, TITLE 28, U.S. CODE, SECTIONS 1491 AND 1346, PERTAINING TO SUITS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES WHICH ARE COGNIZABLE IN THE DISTRICT COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES AND IN THE COURT OF CLAIMS OF THE UNITED STATES.

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