Government Contracting LAW Paper

# Government Contracting LAW Paper

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Assignment 4

Leg 505

Scenario One

    The contractor is preparing to sue the government due to the government terminating a contract which will take effect immediately and the cessation of any future payments.  The task is to define what actions the contractor should take to resolve the issue.

A claim as defined by O'Connor (2007) is a contractor's attempt to gain more money under the contract, request interpretation of words in a contract, or some other type of help. The Contract Disputes Act of 1978 (CDA) allows contractors to file claims against the government requesting equitable adjustment for changes in the contract made by the government. It also provides an avenue to request additional monies due to other factors that might come into play during the execution of the...

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Excerpt from file: Assignment 4 Leg 505 Scenario One The contractor is preparing to sue the government due to the government terminating a contract which will take effect immediately and the cessation of any future payments. The task is to define what actions the contractor should take to resolve the issue. A claim

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