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Contractors claim against the federal government

a)Claims Generally.—

(1)Submission of contractor’s claims to contracting officer.—Each claim by a contractor against the Federal Government relating to a contract shall be submitted to the contracting officer for a decision.

(2)Contractor’s claims in writing.—Each claim by a contractor against the Federal Government relating to a contract shall be in writing.

(3)Contracting officer to decide federal government’s claims.—Each claim by the Federal Government against a contractor relating to a contract shall be the subject of a written decision by the contracting officer.

(4)Time for submitting claims.—(A)In general.—Each claim by a contractor against the Federal Government relating to a contract and each claim by the Federal Government against a contractorrelating to a contract shall be submitted within 6 years after the accrual of the claim. (B)Exception.—Subparagraph (A) of this paragraph does not apply to a claim by the Federal Government against a contractor that is based on a claim by the contractorinvolving fraud.

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