War Expenditures: Hearings Before the Select Committee on Expenditures in the War Department, House of Representatives, Sixty-sixth Congress, First[-third] Session, on War Expenditures. June 23, 1919
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1921
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Page 4735 - States, is or shall be admitted to any share or part of this contract, or to any benefit that may arise therefrom, but this article shall not apply to this contract so far as it may be within the operation or exception of section 116 of the act of Congress approved March 4, 1909 (35 Stats., 1109).
Page 4335 - DETERMINATION OF FEE. As full compensation for the services of the Contractor, including profit and all general overhead expense, except as herein specifically provided, the Contracting Officer shall pay to the Contractor in the manner hereinafter prescribed a fee to be determined at the time of completion of the work from the following schedule, except as hereinafter otherwise provided : If the cost of the work is under $100,000.00 a fee of ten per cent (10%) of such cost.
Page 4338 - Owner shall further assume and become liable for all obligations, commitments and unliquidated claims that the Contractor may have theretofore, in good faith, undertaken or incurred in connection with said work and the Contractor shall, as a condition of receiving the payments mentioned in this Article, execute and deliver all such papers and take all such steps...
Page 4074 - The contractor expressly warrants that he has employed no third person to solicit or obtain this contract in his behalf, or to cause or procure the same to be obtained upon compensation in any way contingent, in whole or in part, upon such procurement; and that he has not paid, or...
Page 4335 - Contractor in connection with the work, provided they have resulted from causes other than the fault or neglect of the Contractor. Such losses shall include settlements made with the written consent and approval of the Owner. No such losses and expenses shall be included in the cost of the work for the purpose of determining the Contractor's fee...
Page 4752 - ... shall be deposited to the credit of that appropriation out of which was paid the cost to the Government of the property thus sold or disposed of, and the same shall immediately become available for the purposes named in the original appropriation...
Page 4336 - Upon final completion of said work the contracting officer shall pay to the contractor the unpaid balance of the cost of the work and of the fee as determined under Articles II and HI hereof.
Page 4335 - Such other items as should in the opinion of the Contracting Officer be included in the cost of the work. When such an item is allowed by the Contracting Officer, it shall be specifically certified as being allowed under this paragraph.
Page 4334 - The contracting officer may. from time to time, by written instructions or drawings issued to the contractor, make changes in said drawings and specifications, issue additional instructions, require additional work, or direct the omission of work previously ordered, and the provisions of this contract shall apply to all such changes. modifications, and additions with the same effect as if they were embodied in the original drawings and specifications.