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  1. Good Afternoon, I work in the closeout division of one of the alphabet agencies in DoD. We currently have a backlog of thousands of contracts I am trying to closeout with little success. I have run through all of the contracts I could under DFARS 204.804(3), emailing vendors for all contracts older than 17 fiscal years and closing unilaterally if they agree or do not respond within a time frame. My problem now is we still have many thousands newer than 17 fiscal years and I generally cannot get vendors to final invoice and work with me resolving these cost plus or t&m types to c
  2. It is my understanding that Direct Acquisition IAAs (those in which a federal employee is performing the services) are not covered under FAR Subpart 17.5 and therefore not covered by the Contracts Disputes Act but Assisted Acquisitions are covered by FAR Subpart 17.5 and therefore covered by the Contracts Disputes Act. Is this understanding correct?
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