Government Contracts are rarely perfect when awarded, and during performance, occasionally changes may be required. A contract change/modification is any written change to the contract terms and conditions, and can be issued at any time after the contract is awarded.
Changes and modifications account for a significant portion of contract litigation. And unfortunately, parties do not always agree on the scope, value, or even the existence of a contract change or modification.
Watch our webinar "Government Contract Changes and Modifications," as we address these issues and more, including:
|• Steps contractors can take ahead of litigation to address changes in contract scope, requirements, or interpretation of terms.|