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SF 1442 Editing the Templated Language


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Is there any known prohibition in editing the standard form language on the SF 1442 or SF 1449 for that matter?  Occasionally I will get comments from a legal review stating the font type is inconsistent and it needs to be Arial size 12 to be in accordance with the Army Writing Guide.  Suppose additional or altered language was desired in Block 11 such as See 52.211-12 for Liquid Damages or 52.211-10 commencement, prosecution or work; is it permissible to change the language? and is there a specific rule one could point to say these are set in stone templates? 

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20 hours ago, CaptJax said:

Is there any known prohibition in editing the standard form language on the SF 1442 or SF 1449 for that matter?  Occasionally I will get comments from a legal review stating the font type is inconsistent and it needs to be Arial size 12 to be in accordance with the Army Writing Guide.  Suppose additional or altered language was desired in Block 11 such as See 52.211-12 for Liquid Damages or 52.211-10 commencement, prosecution or work; is it permissible to change the language? and is there a specific rule one could point to say these are set in stone templates? 

I direct your attention to FAR part 53 and especially FAR subpart 53.1 in total.  The imperative, with exceptions, of the entirety of subpart 53.1 speaks for itself by my read.  

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