As a general rule, the US Government cannot be sued due to the legal concept of “sovereign immunity.”

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As a general rule, the US Government cannot be sued due to the legal concept of “sovereign immunity.” Despite that rule, a government contractor can sue the federal government due to the Government’s “waiver” of sovereign immunity. Relative to contracting and procurement claims, under what law does the Government waive its immunity?(Hint: You’ll need to cite the name and legal citation of that law as found in the US Code. There are two statutes; I will accept either one as long as it includes the correct citation.)