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No Postponement Of Notice-to-proceed Delay-nonexcusable

Saturday, April 09, 2005 02:40 pm

No Postponement Of Notice-to-proceed Delay-nonexcusable

The General Services Administration Board of Contract Appeals has upheld a termination for default due to failure to commence work. The contractor had not been entitled to postponement of issuance of the notice-toproceed.

The GSA awarded a contract to NECCO, Inc. to replace the roof of th [...]

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