Every two years
Every five years
When requested by the appointing authority
The next low bidder.
An interested party.
All responsible bidders.
The next low small business bidder.
Breach of contract.
Lawful if not challenged within 120 days.
Lawful only to the party who made the offer.
Unlawful and void and will not be enforced.
Unlawful but may be enforced under some situations.
Whether the government acted in the public's interest.
Whether the contractor acted reasonably and innocently.
Who would otherwise have had authority to release the information.
Whether the contractor would have otherwise benefited from the action.
30 days after accrual of the claim.
180 days after accrual of the claim.
Two years after accrual of the claim.
Six years after accrual of the claim.
Administrator of General Services, the Secretary of Defense, and the administrator of the NASA.
Administrator of General Services, the National Security Council, and the Administrator of NASA.
Administrator of General Services, the National Security Council, and the Secretary of Defense.
Secretary of Defense, the Administrator of NASA, and the National Security Council.
90 days from the receipt of the contracting officer's decision.
180 days from the receipt of the contracting officer's decision.
Six months from the date of the contracting officer's decision.
12 months from the date of the contracting officer's decision.
No later than 10 days.
No later than 30 days.
Within one year.
Up to six years.
With final contract payment.
With the next scheduled contract payment.
As soon as possible after resolution of any appeal.
As soon as possible without waiting for any appeal.
The supplementing regulation.
The negotiating authority.
Enabling and Procedural Acts.
Morale, Welfare, and Recreational facilities.
Government knew or should have known the true facts.
Contractor did no know and should not have known the true facts.
Government intended that the contractor rely on the acts of the government.
Contractor did not reasonably and innocently rely on the acts of the government.
Mitigation and controversy hearings.
Mediation and controversy hearings.
Mitigation and arbitration.
Mediation and arbitration.
The agreement concerns minor crimes.
Only a portion of the contract was illegal.
The agreement was made to restrain trade.
The innocent party to the contract is in the class of persons for whom the law is designed to protect.
AFFARS Appendix AA.
DFARS Appendix A.
AFFARS Appendix CC.
AFFARS Appendix C.
Continuing Appropriations Act.
Process of claim under the Disputes Act.
Request of a no-cost settlement from the contractor.
Charge to the individual who committed the unauthorized commitment.
Resolution by the GAO claim procedures.
Submit a claim under the Default clause.
Submit a claim under the Disputes clause.
File a claim with the United States Court o Federal Appeals
File a claim with ASBCA
Department of Labor
General Services Administration
Small Business Administration
Committee for Purchase from the Blind