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Exceptions are allowed if the veteran completed at least 90 days of active duty but was discharged earlier than 24 months for (1) hardship, (2) the convenience of the government, (3) reduction-in-force, (4) certain medical conditions, or (5) service-connected disability.
The court noted that "in government contract cases in which a termination for default is found to be improper, it will be converted to a termination for the convenience of the government, and damages calculated accordingly," (42) and that the contract's Termination for Default clause specifically provided for that same result.
Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding sentence, if the owner or owners upon whom eligibility was based relinquish ownership or control of such concern, or enter into any agreement to relinquish such ownership or control, such contract or option shall be terminated for the convenience of the Government, except that no repurchase costs or other damages may be assessed against such concerns due solely to the provisions of this subparagraph.
United States, (244) the COFC held that upon the termination of a cost-share contract for the convenience of the government, the contractor is not entitled to recover one hundred percent of his costs, but instead must bear his allotted share of the costs.
The appeal was sustained, and the termination converted to one for the convenience of the government.
Charitable Bingo), (396) the ASBCA denied a contractor's claim for breach of contract on the grounds that the government possesses broad rights to terminate contracts, and barring bad faith or a clear abuse of discretion, the board would not overturn a contracting officer's decision to terminate a contract for the convenience of the government.
The termination for convenience of the government clause at FAR 52.
After reviewing the most typical circumstances in which courts and boards have treated government breaches as convenience terminations, the board summarized the applicable law as follows: "[W]here at the time of breach the Government could have exercised its right to terminate the contract for the convenience of the Government, a contractor's damages will be limited to those that it would have received under the provisions of the Termination for Convenience clause.
249-9 states, "If after termination, it is determined that the contractor was not in default, or that the default was excusable, the rights and obligations of the parties shall be the same as if the termination had been issued for the convenience of the government.
Terminations can be grouped into two types: (1) terminations for the convenience of the government and (2) terminations for default by the contractor.