Common Mistake: Omitting Required Contract Clauses

Common Mistake: Omitting Required Contract Clauses

Common Mistake

Not including the required contract clauses.

Avoidance Strategy

An Applicant's contracts must contain the applicable contract clauses described in Appendix II of the Uniform Rules (Title 2 of the Code of Federal Regulations). These clauses include:

  • Remedies
  • Termination for cause and convenience
  • Equal employment opportunity
  • Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act
  • Clean Air Act and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act
  • Debarment and Suspension
  • Byard Anti-Lobbying Amendment
  • Additional FEMA requirements
  • DHS Seal, Logo, and Flags
  • Compliance with Federal law, regulations, and executive orders
  • No obligation by Federal government
  • Program fraud and false or fraudulent statements or related acts

Additional information on these clauses may be found here in Title 2 of the Code of Federal Regulations section 200.326 and Part 200, Appendix II, Required Contract Clauses.

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