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Facts: 5 year option contract to provide janitorial services; years one and two wages are under a CBA; CBA expires during performance and contract states that the prevailing wage determination will apply to remaining option years upon expiration of the CBA; CBA wages are higher than incorporated wage determination rates; contractor operated at a loss at the CBA rates; the agency knew the wage rates were lower under the WDR than under the CBA when they executed this FFP contract. Situation: CO seeks a reduction in the firm fixed price contract price to capture the difference between the CBA rat
I've incorporated into contracts revised DOL wage determinations when exercising an option. This has resulted in a slight increase to the hourly labor rates. However, I'm required to exercise an option (option 3) on a contract, but the contractor has provided a revised collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with new rates. Am I allowed (or required) to increase the new option's labor rates as a result of a collective bargaining agreement? To provide some background, there was no CBA when the agency awarded the contract. The contractor presented to the agency its first CBA about 1 1/2 years afte
Hi, Wondering how to process a wage escalation REA for a CPIF contract before actual costs have incurred. When issuing the option we incorporated a new CBA WD. We were going to wait to process the REA to adjust Target Cost based on actuals but management wanted us to adjust the cost based on estimated cost. As long as the new CBA rates result in an allowable cost, why would we base an REA on estimated cost vs. actual cost when adjusting the Target Cost?