Use of the over and above work clause in ship repair contracts
Schatz, Duane J.
Adams, Rebecca J.
Stone, Mark W.
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The area of research for this thesis is the acquisition of "over and above work" in ship repair contracts. The objective of this research is to explore the use ofthe Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (OF ARS) "over and above work" provisions in ship repair contracts. The thesis addresses how the OF ARS "over and above work" provisions should be incorporated into ship repair contracts. Particular attention is given to the Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair (SUPSHIP) San Diego, CA incorporation of the OF ARS "over and above work" provisions as a local test in the solicitation and contract for the USS ELLIOT (DD-967) February 1994 to May 1994 Selected Restricted Availability (SRA).
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