The Feb. 11 session, “Formal Contract Changes, ‘Constructive’ Changes, and Requests for Equitable Adjustments,” will introduce contract holders to the typical formal-change process and outline what contractors' duties and options are when the government requests out-of-scope work without following that process.
Those in the D.C. area who are interested in attending can RSVP by e-mailing email@example.com.
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Tim is the chair of Thompson Coburn’s Government Contracts Group and counsels clients in all facets of government contract law, including bid protests, contract claims and litigation. He is the author of “The 10 Myths of Government Contracting,” a special publication of Thompson Coburn. Jayna is a member of the firm's Federal Practice group and works with corporate and governmental clients in navigating federal regulations, contracts, and litigation.
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