Guidance Issued for CARES Act Relief for Contractors

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Morrison & Foerster – In an earlier post concerning contractor relief under the CARES Act, we noted Section 3610 as one of the provisions most likely to benefit government contractors directly because it allowed for agencies to modify contracts to reimburse contractors for costs associated with paid leave (including sick leave) that were incurred to keep employees in a ready state when they were unable to work at a government approved facility.  At the time, however, many questions remained concerning what constituted a government-approved facility and how often agencies would use their discretion to modify contracts for purposes of the reimbursement.

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