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(Revised June 27, 2000)

ARMED SERVICES BOARD OF CONTRACT APPEALS

Approved 1 May 1962
Revised 1 May 1969
Revised 1 September 1973
Revised 1 July 1979

Part 1--Charter

(41 U.S.C. Sect. 601, et seq.), (b) pursuant to the provisions of contracts requiring the decision by the Secretary of Defense or by a Secretary of a Military Department or their duly authorized representative or board, or (c) pursuant to the provisions of any directive whereby the Secretary of Defense or the Secretary of a Military Department has granted a right of appeal not contained in the contract on any matter consistent with the contract appeals procedure. The Board may determine contract disputes for other departments and agencies by agreement. The Board shall operate under general policies established or approved by the Under Secretary of Defense (Research and Engineering).
W. GRAHAM CLAYTOR, JR.
Deputy Secretary of Defense

CLIFFORD L. ALEXANDER, JR.
Secretary of the Army

E. HIDALGO
Secretary of the Navy

HANS M. MARK
Secretary of the Air Force

ARMED SERVICES BOARD OF CONTRACT APPEALS

Part 2--Rules

Approved 15 July 1963
Revised 1 May 1969
Revised 1 September 1973
Revised 30 June 1980

PREFACE

I. JURISDICTION FOR CONSIDERING APPEALS

II. LOCATION AND ORGANIZATION OF THE BOARD
PRELIMINARY PROCEDURES
HEARINGS
REPRESENTATION
DECISIONS
(70 Stat. 694, as amended; 31 U.S.C. 724a). To assure prompt payment the Recorder will forward a waiver form to each party with the decision. If the parties do not contemplate an appeal or motion for reconsideration, they will execute waivers which so state, and return them to the Recorder. The Recorder will forward the waivers and a certified copy of the award decision to the General Accounting Office for certification for payment.

MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION

SUSPENSION, DISMISSALS AND DEFAULTS: REMANDS
TIME, COMPUTATION AND EXTENSIONS
EX PARTE COMMUNICATIONS
SANCTIONS
EFFECTIVE DATE AND APPLICABILITY
1 March 1979 or initiated thereafter.
(signed) WILLIAM J. PERRY (30 JUN 1980)
UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR
RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING

(signed) PERCY A. PIERRE
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE ARMY
(RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND
ACQUISITION)

(signed) J. A. DOYLE
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY
(MANPOWER, RESERVE AFFAIRS AND
LOGISTICS)

(signed) EUGENE H. KOPF
(ACTING) ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE
(RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND LOGISTICS)

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