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Government Improperly Directed Method Of Performance Changes-constructive; Delay-compensable

Thursday, October 02, 2003 05:37 pm

 
Government Improperly Directed Method Of Performance Changes-constructive; Delay-compensable

The Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals has ruled that the government constructively changed a contract by directing the contractor's method of performance. The government also caused compensable delay through defective specifications.

The Army awarded a contract to Insulation Specialties, Inc. (ISI) to rehabilitate and paint three water towers at Fort Lee, Virginia. The towers were be drained by government personnel. The contract called for completion within 360 calendar days. ISI's as-planned schedule called for approximately 70 days per tower.

ISI started work on Tank 3. Whi [...]

 
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