Events for June 13, 2018 › Government Contracting Seminars
LEARN MORE & REGISTER This course focuses on the central role the Changes clause plays in the performance of government contracts. It addresses the use of the clause in ensuring the government achieves its goals during contract performance. The use of the clause by contractors to assert requests for equitable adjustment when the conditions of performance change, the myriad of rules governing the negotiation of equitable adjustments, and the process of modifying the contract to accomplish these goals are covered. Identify constructive changes. Identify excusable delays and suspensions of work. Learn the rules governing inspection, acceptance and warranties. Identify the grounds for default termination. Learn the rules governing terminations for convenience. Determine how to price adjustments. Learn the rules governing payment and discharge. This course … Continue readingFind out more »
LEARN MORE & REGISTER Summary Most contract disputes and misunderstandings concern the meaning of the contract. Contract interpretation is not the exclusive domain of the lawyers. Rather, it is an essential skill set for successful contractors and government acquisition professionals – all of whom need to be familiar with these principles in order to spot, avoid, and resolve potential problems over the meaning of the contract and the parties’ obligations, and because they are the ones on the front lines of contract and proposal writing, contract interpretation, and contract execution. This course covers the principles of contract interpretation, as they are applied every day in federal government contracting. These principles of contract interpretation are not in statutes, the FAR, or in any regulations. They are … Continue readingFind out more »
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