Code of Federal Regulations

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U.S. General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Office of the Federal Register, 1972 - Administrative law

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Page 395 - Contractor (A) shall not be required to extend credit to any purchaser, and (B) may acquire any such property under the conditions prescribed by and at a price or prices approved by the Contracting Officer: And provided further, That the proceeds of any such transfer or disposition shall be applied in reduction of any payments to be made by the Government to the Contractor under this contract or shall otherwise be credited to the price or cost of the work covered by this contract or paid in such...
Page 377 - Contractor for adjustment under this clause must be asserted within 30 days from the date of receipt by the Contractor of the notification of change: Provided, however, That the Contracting Officer, if he decides that the facts justify such action, may receive and act upon any such claim asserted at any time prior to final payment under this contract.
Page 396 - Regulation in effect as of the date of this contract, determine, on the basis of Information available to him. the amount, if any, due to the Contractor by reason of the termination and shall thereupon pay to the Contractor the amount so determined. (d) Subject to the provisions of paragraph (c) , and subject to any Settlement Review Board approvals required by Part 8 of the NASA Procurement Regulation In effect as of the date of this...
Page 469 - The reasonable costs of settlement, including accounting, legal, clerical, and other expenses reasonably necessary for the preparation of settlement claims and supporting data with respect to the terminated portion of the contract and for the termination and settlement of subcontracts thereunder, together with reasonable storage, transportation, and other costs incurred in connection with the protection or disposition of property allocable to this contract.
Page 471 - Contractor shall continue the performance of this contract to the extent not terminated under the provisions of this clause. (c) Except with respect to defaults of subcontractors, the Contractor shall not be liable for any excess costs if the failure to perform the contract arises out of causes beyond the control and without the fault or negligence of the Contractor. Such causes may include, but are not restricted to, acts of God or of the public enemy, acts of the Government in either its sovereign...
Page 396 - In effect as of the date of execution of this contract, the Contractor and the Contracting Officer may agree upon -the whole or any part of the amount or amounts to be paid to the Contractor by reason of the total or partial termination of work pursuant to this clause, which amount or amounts may include a reasonable allowance for profit on work done : Provided, That such agreed amount or amounts, exclusive of settlement costs, shall not exceed the total contract price as reduced.
Page 457 - Part 8 in effect as of the date of execution of this contract, the Contractor and the Contracting Officer may agree upon the whole or any part of the amount or amounts to be paid to the Contractor by reason of the total or partial termination of work pursuant to this clause, which amount or amounts may include a reasonable allowance for profit on work done: Provided, That such agreed amount or amounts...
Page 560 - In the event of any violation of the provisions of paragraph (a) the Contractor and any subcontractor responsible therefor shall be liable to any affected employee for his unpaid wages. In addition, such Contractor and subcontractor shall be liable to the United States for liquidated damages. Such liquidated damages shall be computed with respect to each individual laborer or mechanic employed in violation of the provisions of paragraph...
Page 497 - The contract is in a field of science or technology in which there has been little significant experience outside of work funded by the Government, or where the Government has been the principal developer of the field, and the acquisition of exclusive rights at the time of contracting might confer on the contractor a preferred or dominant position...
Page 307 - ... means those articles, materials, and supplies, which are to be acquired under this contract for public use; and (iii) a "domestic source end product" means (A) an unmanufactured end product which has been mined or produced in the United States and (B) an end product manufactured in the United States if the cost of the components thereof which are mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States or Canada exceeds 50 percent of the cost of all its components.

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