Your guide to federal contracts

federal contractors

approvedIt is very important that federal contractors, especially those new to federal contracting, understand that only contracting officials (KO) can modify an existing contract. That means that only they can:

  • Change the scope of the work (approve additional or new work)
  • Change due dates or formats for deliverables
  • Authorize additional payments
  • Change the FAR clauses that are part of your contract (add or delete)
  • Change how you must invoice for payment
  • ANYTHING TO DO WITH YOUR CONTRACT!

The point is that your “customer/client/PM” can’t do any of the above without going through the KO. Where businesses get in trouble is usually getting caught between wanting to provide outstanding customer service (the “rock”) and the actual scope of work in the contract (the “hard place”). It is great to expand existing work on a contract but you also want to get paid for doing that work. If you do work without… Continue reading →

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