A contractor also could note that it is seeking to have a termination for default converted to a termination for convenience, or provide other reasons why information appearing in the system should be taken in context and not adversely affect a contracting officer's responsibility determination.
What does T4D stand for?
T4D stands for Termination for Default
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Samples in periodicals archive:
She has represented clients in litigation and alternative dispute resolution on matters including breach of contract, construction defects, design errors, schedule disputes, collections, lien rights, defective materials, owner interference claims, termination for default, easement project documentation, and bond claims.
6) The clauses of the lease did not provide the VA with the right of termination for default anyway, instead providing other remedies governing defective work such as having the repairs performed at Moreland's expense.
22) The Board noted that a failure to provide a required bond was a valid ground even for a termination for default, so it was certainly an adequate justification for terminating the contract for convenience.
7) The board found that providing a quality control plan and evidence of insurance are "significant requirements of the contract" such that failure to provide them would support a termination for default relating to "any of the other provisions of the contract.