Even after responding to a request for proposals, negotiating and winning a contract, things change. Sometimes contractors and the government need to make what the regulations call "equitable adjustments." Where it gets sticky is just how much profit a contractor can make on an equitable adjustment. Berenzweig Leonard's attorney Terry O'Connor has studied the fine print. He joins the Federal Drive with Tom Temin with some surprising findings.
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