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  1. When is a contract closed? Basic facts: DoD SAP FFP GSA buy for handheld radios. Delivery is received. Contractor invoice is paid in full. Is this contract closed? If the requiring activity realizes they should have ordered an accessory item they missed, assuming it is in scope of the original requirement and was simply an oversight, can a mod be done to add the overlooked accessory? For the sake of simplicity, let's say it is an extra battery for a handheld radio. The radio was the initial purchase. Does the word SHOULD below open the door to do the mod? If yes or no, any precedent (GAO maybe) or other reference? (I checked DFARS and AFARS) FAR "4.804-1 Closeout by the office administering the contract. (a) Except as provided in paragraph (c) of this section, time standards for closing out contract files are as follows: (1) Files for contracts using simplified acquisition procedures should be considered closed when the contracting officer receives evidence of receipt of property and final payment, unless otherwise specified by agency regulations." This general topic has been discussed here previously, but my recollection is that discussion revolved around a service contract. THANKS!
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