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Customary Practice Did Not Alter Contract Scope Of Work

Friday, February 03, 2006 05:15 pm

 
Customary Practice Did Not Alter Contract Scope Of Work

The Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals has ruled that a contractor's understanding of the scope of work, based upon customary military practice, could not alter the plain language of the contract.

The Navy awarded a contract to Johnson Controls-Hill, LLC for maintenance of family housing units in Jacksonville, Florida. The contract contained fixed-price work and additional indefinite quantity (IQ) work priced on a line item bas [...]

 
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