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    Ive read in other spots in Ask a Professor that its not legal to perform a basic contract past its CCD but Ive never seen a FAR, DFAR, or other reference that specifically states this. Can you please provide me with a reference that tells me one way or the other that I can or cant keep a basic contract going past its CCD. Thank you in advance.


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    The contract completion date is just one of the contract's terms and conditions. A contract continues to exist until all obligations of the Government and contractor have been met. The fact that the contract completion date has passed does not necessarily mean the contract is no longer enforceable. However, you need to modify the period of performance asap to protect the Government's rights. I recommend you consult with your organization's legal counsel for more specific information.

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