shall deduct from the Contractor's invoice all amounts
associated with the unsatisfactory or nonperformed work at the prices
set out in the Schedule or provided by other provisions of this
contract, unless the Contractor is required to reperform and
satisfactorily completes the work.
In addition, the Government can
assess liquidated damages, as referenced above, in the amount of ***
percent of the value of all observed defects.
(4) may, at its option, perform the work by Government personnel
or other means. The Government will reduce the amount of payment to the
Contractor, by the amount paid to any Government personnel (based on
wages, retirement and fringe benefits) plus material, or the actual
costs incurred to accomplish the services by other means. If the actual
costs cannot be readily determined, the prices set out in the Schedule
will be used as the basis for the deduction.
In addition, the
Government can assess liquidated damages, as referenced above, in the
amount of *** percent of the computed cost.
d. The Contractor is responsible for maintaining an effective Quality
Control Program during the course of the contract. Failure to maintain
adequate quality control may result in Termination for Default.
Reperformance by the Contractor does not waive the Government's
right to terminate for nonperformance in accordance with FAR clause
52.249-8, "DEFAULT (FIXED-PRICE SUPPLY AND SERVICE)" of Section I and
all other remedies for default as may be provided by law.
When WATCHSTANDING SERVICES apply.
If the Contractor fails to
provide qualified personnel or allows any post to be unmanned for a
total of ______ minutes in any shift, the Government may assign other
persons to perform such work or deduct an amount from the Contractor's
invoice as specified below;
when Watchstanding Services are performed by Government
employees, deductions shall be computed based on the current Federal Pay
Schedule including wages, retirement and fringe benefits of the
Government employees (civilian or military) who actually performed the
In addition, the Government can assess liquidated damages, as
referenced above, in the amount of _____ percent of the computed cost.
(2) when non-performed Watchstanding Services are obtained under
another contract, the Government will deduct from the Contractor's
invoice an amount equal to the cost to the Government under that
contract. In addition, the Government can assess liquidated damages, as
referenced above, in the amount of _____ percent of the cost.