The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977 - Administrative law
The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.
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Page 118 - Any claim by the 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 124 - COST (Oct. 1953) (a) It is estimated that the total cost to the Government, exclusive of any fixed fee, for the performance of this contract will not exceed the estimated cost set forth in the Schedule, and the Contractor agrees to use his best efforts to perform the work specified in the Schedule and all obligations under this contract within such estimated cost.
Page 121 - Government, exclusive of any fixed fee, for the performance of this contract will not exceed the estimated cost set forth in the Schedule, and the Contractor agrees to use his best efforts to perform the work specified in the Schedule and all obligations under this contract within such estimated cost. If at any time the Contractor has reason to believe that the costs which...
Page 63 - ... for technical or special property that he determines to require a substantial initial investment or an extended period of preparation for manufacture, and for which he determines that formal advertising would be likely to result in additional cost to the Government by reason of duplication of investment or would result in duplication of necessary preparation which would unduly delay the procurement of the property...
Page 193 - Government shall have the right to duplicate, use, or disclose the data to the extent provided In the contract. This restriction does not limit the Government's right to use Information contained In the data If it is obtained from another source without restriction.
Page 89 - Government-furnished property in the Schedule or specifications, together with such related data and information as the Contractor may request and as may reasonably be required for the intended use of such property (hereinafter referred to as "Government-furnished property"). The delivery or performance dates for the supplies or services to be furnished...
Page 132 - If any inspection or test is made by the Government on the premises of the contractor or a subcontractor, the contractor shall provide and shall require...
Page 150 - Contract," means any actual or proposed contract, agreement, grant, or other arrangement, or sub-contract entered into with or for the benefit of the government where a purpose of the contract is the conduct of experimental, developmental, or research work. (e) "Made...
Page 377 - Contractor as it could pursue in the event of a breach of the contract.) (a) The Government may. by written notice to the Contractor, terminate the right of the Contractor to proceed under this contract if It is found, after notice and hearing, by the Secretary or his duly authorized representative, that gratuities (in the form of entertainment, gifts, or otherwise) were offered or given by the Contractor, or any agent or representative of the Contractor, to any officer or employee of the Government...