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Government Caused Delays in the Performance of Federal Contracts the Impact of the Contract Clauses

By Clark, Robert B., Major

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Title: Government Caused Delays in the Performance of Federal Contracts the Impact of the Contract Clauses  
Author: Clark, Robert B., Major
Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Armed Forces, Military law
Collections: Military Law Review
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Publisher: Government Publication


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B. Clar, M. R. (n.d.). Government Caused Delays in the Performance of Federal Contracts the Impact of the Contract Clauses. Retrieved from

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Introduction: It has been said that delays in the performance of Government contracts have accounted for more losses and a greater percentage of business failure than any other single factor in the field of Government procurement.' We are all aware of the example of the over optimistic or inefficient contractor who is forced to pay liquated damages because he has not been able to complete his work on time, but the contractor is not the only party who can cause delays. In a surprising number of cases it is the Government, rather than the contractor, who is responsible for a work stoppage. The Court of Claims has been called upon over one hundred times to decide claims based upon Government-caused delays. The various administrative boards established to handle factual disputes under Government contracts are continually required to resolve disputes arising from delays caused by the Government. As will be seen, the problem has significance for both parties to the contract

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TABLE OF LEADING ARTICLES AND COMMENTS-AUTHORS Adkins, First Lieutenant Allan B., Recent Developments- Instructions on the Sentence_______-___-_-__---___--_____-___-__l4/Anderson, Captain Richard G., Article 123(a) : A Bad Check Offense for the Military _-_____________________________1_7_/_1 45 Avins, Alfred, A History of Short Desertion ________________________ 13/143 Baldwin, Captain Gordon B., A New Look at the Law of War: Limited War and Field Manual 27-10 ____________________________ 4/1 Barrett, First Lieutenant Michael F., Jr., A Supplemellt to the Survey of Military Justice ________________________________ 20/107 Bednar, Captain Richard J., Discharge and Dismissal as Punishment in the Armed Services ____________________________ 16/1 Bookout, Lieutenant Colonel Hal H., Conflicting Sovereignty Interests in Outer Space: Proposed Solutions Remain in Orbit! ______________ 7/23 Cabell, Major Henry B., Damnosa HereditasSpecial Courts-Martial_- 7/146 Chermak, Lawrence E., Financial Control: Congress and The Executive Branch_____-____-_-___________--____--___--_____Chermak, Lawrence E., The New Defense Programming Concept-__-__l8/141 Chilcoat, Major William J., Presentencing Procedure in Courts-Martial- 9/127 Clarke, Major Robert B., Government-Caused Delays in the Performance of Federal Contracts: The Impact of the Contract Clauses- .---22/1 Clause, Captain James D., The Status of Deserters Under the 1949 Geneva Prisoner of War Convention _________________________ 11/15 Clausen, Captain Hugh J., Rehearings Today in Militmy Law________12/146 Cobbs, Cabell F., The Court of Military Appeala and the Defense Counsel_ ________________________________________1_2/-1_3 1 Cobbs, Captain Cabell F., Military Searches and Seizures ____________- 1/1


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