H.R.1191 - To authorize the National Park Service to pay for services rendered by subcontractors under a General Services Administration Indefinite Deliver/Indefinite Quantity Contract issued for work to be completed at the Grand Canyon National Park.

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  • Official: To authorize the National Park Service to pay for services rendered by subcontractors under a General Services Administration Indefinite Deliver/Indefinite Quantity Contract issued for work to be completed at the Grand Canyon National Park. as introduced.

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Official Summary

Authorizes the Secretary of the Interior, subject to the appropriation of such funds as may be necessary, to pay the amount owed to the subcontractors of Pacific General, Inc.(PGI), for work performed at the Grand Canyon National Park between FY2002-FY2003 under a General Services Administr

Official Summary

Authorizes the Secretary of the Interior, subject to the appropriation of such funds as may be necessary, to pay the amount owed to the subcontractors of Pacific General, Inc.(PGI), for work performed at the Grand Canyon National Park between FY2002-FY2003 under a General Services Administration (GSA) indefinite deliver/indefinite quantity contract (IDIQ), provided that:
(1) the primary contract between PGI and the National Park Service is terminated;
(2) the amount owed to the subcontractors is verified;
(3) all reasonable legal avenues or recourse have been exhausted by the subcontractors to recoup amounts owed directly from PGI; and
(4) the subcontractors provide a written statement that payment of the amount verified represents payment in full by the United States for all work performed at the Park under the IDIQ with PGI between FY2002-FY2003.

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