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SUBPART 250.3--CONTRACT ADJUSTMENTS
(Revised September 21, 1999)
250.303 Contractor requests.
Requests should be filed with the procuring contracting officer (PCO). If a request is filed with an administrative contracting officer (ACO), the ACO shall promptly forward it to the PCO for appropriate action. If filing with the PCO is impracticable, requests may be filed with the following addresses for forwarding to the cognizant PCO:
|(1)||Office of the
Secretary of Defense--
Washington Headquarters Service
Forward to the head of the contracting activity listed in Part 202 that appears to be the cognizant office for the contract or commitment involved.
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (RD&A)
ATTN: Deputy for Acquisition and Business Management
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Contracting)
Research Projects Agency--
ATTN: Code PA
Assistant Deputy Director for Procurement
The Commander of the Defense Supply Center involved
and Mapping Agency--
250.305 Processing cases.
250.305-70 Record of request.
At the time the request is filed, the activity will prepare the record described at 250.105(1)(i) and forward it to the appropriate official within 30 days after the close of the month in which the record is prepared.
250.305-71 Processing cases to contract adjustment boards.
(ii) The basis for the board's authority to act;
(iii) The findings of fact essential to the case (see FAR 50.304). Arrange the findings chronologically with cross references to supporting enclosures;
(iv) The conclusions drawn;
(v) The recommended disposition; and
(vi) If contractual action is recommended, a statement by the signer that the action will facilitate the national defense.
(3) All evidentiary materials
(4) All endorsements, reports and comments of cognizant Government officials
(2) Findings as to-
(ii) The importance to the Government, particularly to the active duty military, of the performance of the contract and the importance of the contractor to the national defense;
(iii) The forecast of future contracts with the contractor; and
(iv) Other available sources of supply for the supplies or services covered by the contract, and the time and cost of having contract performance completed by such other sources.
250.306-70 Record of disposition.
(2) Except for the Army, one copy of the contractual document implementing any decision approving contractual action; and
(3) One copy of a final record, as described at 250.105.