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DFARS 250



Part 250—Extraordinary Contractual Actions

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(Revised August 12, 2008)

SUBPART 250.1—EXTRAORDINARY CONTRACTUAL ACTIONS

250.100 Definitions.

250.101 General.

250.101-2 Policy.

250.101-2-70 Limitations on payment.

250.101-3 Records.

250.102 Delegation of and limitations on exercise of authority.

250.102-1 Delegation of authority.

250.102-1-70 Delegations.

250.102-2 Contract adjustment boards.

250.103 Contract adjustments.

250.103-3 Contract adjustment.

250.103-5 Processing cases.

250.103-6 Disposition.

250.104 Residual powers.

250.104-3 Special procedures for unusually hazardous or nuclear risks.

250.104-3-70 Indemnification under contracts involving both research and
development and other work.

SUBPART 250.0

(Removed August 12, 2008)

SUBPART 250.1--EXTRAORDINARY CONTRACTUAL ACTIONS

(Revised October 1, 2015)

250.100 Definitions.

“Secretarial level,” as used in this subpart, means—

250.101 General.

250.101-2 Policy.

250.101-2-70 Limitations on payment.

See 10 U.S.C. 2410(b) for limitations on Congressionally directed payment of a request for equitable adjustment to contract terms or a request for relief under Pub. L. 85-804.

250.101-3 Records.

Follow the procedures at PGI 250.101-3 for preparation of records.

250.102 Delegation of and limitations on exercise of authority.

250.102-1 Delegation of authority.

250.102-1-70 Delegations.

250.102-2 Contract adjustment boards.

The Departments of the Army, Navy, and Air Force each have a contract adjustment board. The board consists of a Chair and not less than two nor more than six other members, one of whom may be designated the Vice-Chair. A majority constitutes a quorum for any purpose and the concurring vote of a majority of the total board membership constitutes an action of the board. Alternates may be appointed to act in the absence of any member.

250.103 Contract adjustments.

250.103-3 Contract adjustment.

250.103-5 Processing cases.

250.103-6 Disposition.

For requests denied or approved below the Secretarial level, follow the disposition procedures at PGI 250.103-6.

250.104 Residual powers.

250.104-3 Special procedures for unusually hazardous or nuclear risks.

250.104-3-70 Indemnification under contracts involving both research and development and other work.

When indemnification is to be provided on contracts requiring both research and development work and other work, the contracting officer shall insert an appropriate clause using the authority of both 10 U.S.C. 2354 and Pub. L. 85-804.

SUBPART 250.2

(Removed August 12, 2008)

SUBPART 250.3

(Removed August 12, 2008)

SUBPART 250.4

(Removed August 12, 2008)

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