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The CDA establishes the time a contractor has to appeal a contracting officer's decision. If we are talking about a default termination, that is a government claim against the contractor. The termination notice should be in the form of a decision under the Disputes clause. See, FAR 49.402-3(g). The contractor has 90 days after receipt of the termination notice/decision to file an appeal with the appeals board or 1 year to file suit in the Court of Federal Claims.

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Not to try to offend, but do your own research and be able to backup your decision. Further, if you are considering a T4D, I would be talking to your offices attorney for the advice.

Conversely, if you have a bonafide reason for the T4D, the appeals process shouldn't scare you. It sounds like you are scared if they were to appeal it and are hoping for the shortest time possible to get past it.

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