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Federal Contracting Answer Book, 3rd Edition by Terrence M. O'Connor

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CHAPTER

23

CHANGES

The changes clause is a clause that only an organization with the clout of the federal government could exact from contractors. You will not find a clause like the changes clause in the typical agreement between two private, nongovernment parties. When two people get together and agree to contract for some work, the parties agree that the work—for example, painting the outside of a house—will be done by one party and money—say $3,000—will be paid by the other party in exchange for the painting. That’s the deal. Neither party can force the other party to change the deal. Of course, the parties can agree to change the original ...

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