Contract Changes

Contract changes in government contracting are very common. Usually the change is formally directed by the government and processed under the “Changes” or other appropriate contract clause. Other times government action or inaction creates a “constructive change” increasing the cost and time necessary to perform the contract. Such constructive changes require a company to quickly work with the government contracting officer to ensure the change is authorized and the cost and schedule impacts are recognized by the government. Failure to do so will result in a company losing money and time to perform the contract and will impact the ability to win future work.

Whether your contract is being formally changed or you believe your contract has been constructively changed - and you are seeking help to ensure your costs and schedule impacts are properly recognized and your contract modified appropriately, I can provide you with the necessary support and guidance at an affordable price.

I welcome you to contact me to discuss your legal needs with regard to government contract changes.