Analysis of disputes relative to Department of the Navy (DON) service and support contracts
Wardwell, Thomas C.
Desbrow, Sandra M.
Smith, David A.
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The primary purpose of this thesis is to analyze recent court decisions relating to disputes in Department of the Navy service and support contracts as a means to identify potential weaknesses in Department of the Navy contracting norms and execution practices. This thesis identifies patterns in the formation and administration of those contracts that can be avoided, with the potential effect of reducing the number of litigated service and support contract disputes between the Department of the Navy and commercial service providers. Finally, this thesis offers recommendations to Navy Contracting Officers and contracting activities to help provide for more effective and efficient service and support contracting services within the Department of the Navy
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