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  1. Hi, Let's suppose I have a CPAF contract with multiple CLINs -- some are for labor, some are for acquiring materials. The materials acquired will be used to build the end-item deliverables required by the contract. The SOW for the contract describes the requirements for the end-item deliverables, but doesn't break out requirements by CLIN. The CLINs were added to the contract as time went on...there were the base CLINs and CLINs added by exercised options and ECPs. If the contract acquired material on CLIN 0001 and there is some material leftover/unused, can it be used elsewhere on the same contract under a different CLIN? Is there any accountability required to move/use material between CLINs on the same contract? Many thanks for your time! Tom
  2. This was a custodial service, commercial item, using SAP purchase order. The contractor only showed up 1 day out of 90, so the PO was terminated for cause in March 2014. I have not had any contact with the contractor since February 21st despite sending emails, making phone calls, and sending certified letters, etc. The contractor left some of their equipment at our site: vacumms, mops, chemicals, etc. I was going to send a letter stating the contractor has 10 days to remove the equipment or respond to the letter. Is there a specific authority that I can cite in a letter to the contractor that if they do not pick up their equipment, we will dispose of it?
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