48 CFR § 46.702 - General.
(a) The principal purposes of a warranty in a Government contract are (1) to delineate the rights and obligations of the contractor and the Government for defective items and services and (2) to foster quality performance.
(b) Generally, a warranty should provide -
(1) A contractual right for the correction of defects notwithstanding any other requirement f the contract pertaining to acceptance of the supplies or services by the Government; and
(2) A stated period of time or use, or the occurrence of a specified event, after acceptance by the Government to assert a contractual right for the correction of defects.
(c) The benefits to be derived from a warranty must be commensurate with the cost of the warranty to the Government.
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