For contractors whose work and payments were affected by the shutdown, the questions now are: what can we get paid for and how do we get it? This “nuts and bolts” webinar will discuss contractors’ basic entitlement to price/cost and schedule adjustments and the procedure for pursuing these remedies under a variety of clauses most commonly used or triggered during the shutdown. While each contractor’s situation is necessarily unique and best addressed on a contract-by-contract basis, this webinar will provide a basic framework and issue-spotting tools to help the contracting community identify opportunities for recovery to mitigate the harmful effects of the shutdown.
Please join Robert K. Tompkins and David S. Black, Co-Chairs of Holland & Knight LLP’s Government Contracts Team, for a discussion of contractor rights and remedies in the wake of the government shutdown.
This timely webinar will help you understand:
- What impacts, obvious and not-so-obvious, did the shutdown cause?
- When costs of carrying employees idled by the shutdown are recoverable?
- What other kinds of increased costs arising from de-mobilizing and remobilizing a contractor’s workforce are allowable?
- What is the basic format and supporting documentation of requests or claims?
- What are the key timeframes?
- What happens when a contractor worked in excess of contract funding?
- What should a contractor do if the Government shuts down again in February?
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