Contract’s Performance Period Is Not a Warranty that Work Can Be Performed in that Period; Appeals of ECC International, LLC, ASBCA Nos. 60165, 60282

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Government’s motion for summary judgment on appeal is granted in part. The contractor argued that the 365-day performance period was a warranty that the contract could be completed in 365 days. Wrong, said the board. A due date specified in a contract is not a warranty by the government that a contract can be completed […]
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