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232-7006, Alternate A, that clarified determinations whether to withhold payments under time-and-materials and labor-hour contracts.
Subsequently, the FAR Councils issued a final rule as FAC 2005-05 that also revised the FAR to allow optional withholding for Time-and-Materials and Labor-Hour Contracts.
Critics of T&M and labor-hour contracts complain that they transfer the risk of higher costs to the government.
The councils said the proposed change is intended "to permit contracting officers to use their judgment regarding whether to withhold payments under time-and-materials and labor-hour contracts so that the withhold would be applied only when necessary to protect the Government's interests.
Styles also raised objections to the proposed expansion of labor-hour contracts and share-in-savings contracts.
A labor-hour contract gives "no incentive for the contractor to control costs," she warned.
The Defense Department is proposing to drop a requirement that contracting officers withhold 5% of the amount due on a time-and-materials or labor-hour contract until the contractor signs a release.
Individual task orders will be issued against a labor-hour contract.
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