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  1. I need some thoughts and advice concerning the following: FFP service contract. Contractor’s proposal included (and Government accepted as reasonable), a price for coast-to-coast travel for 3 people for 3 days to attend on site meeting at our Government facility. Meeting concluded last week. Only one attendee from the firm was on location. We confirmed he stayed for two nights, three days. One person from the firm attended the meeting via WebEx. Q: Do we have any rights to negotiate a reduction for the fact that we did not get the attendance they proposed? -One argument is that we accepted the firm fixed price proposal. Too bad, so sad…. Be a better negotiator in the future. -Another is, fixed price or not, we do not pay for what we did not receive. I need some guidance to continue the fight or suck it up and learn. EB
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