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  1. Hello Everyone, I have a contract with a large company. We have been informed of a "company restructure" .This restructure ,of course includes rate increases ( indirect & direct) which adversely impacts the existing rates in the contract. The contract type is a mix of CPFF, T&M & FP. What recourse do I have regarding the acceptance of these increases. I have not accepted anything at this point based on limitation of funds clause and the fact they did not inform us 60 days prior in accordance with CAS clause in the contract. Also, they stated their new labor categories (with much higher rates )have been allocated against my contract hours based on "all" of the contracts within this new organization and not specific to my contract. That seems like it would conflict will allocability required under cost type contracts . I would think they would consider the existing effort it takes to get the job done and not against "all " of the contracts under this new organization.