In the world of federal contracting, getting the contract award is only the beginning. The FAR imposes a whole host of obligations on the contractor, which govern the way that contractor should perform, how it should handle changes to the contract, how to deal with issues arising during performance, and how it may seek compensation or resolve a dispute with the agency relating to those changes. In the construction context in particular – where changes and delays are inevitable – understanding these provisions can make all the difference between a successful project, and a disaster. A contractor who truly understands the FAR, and the obligations it imposes, can often avoid conflict with the agency, and resolve disputes before they get out of control. In this webinar, experienced government contracting attorney, Maria Panichelli, discusses common issues relating to federal construction projects, including changes, differing site conditions, defective specifications and delay. She guides you through the regulations, explaining how to successfully perform challenging contracts, all while preserving claim rights, remaining compliant with confusing regulations, and maintaining good relations with the government.