(2) Include in the endorsement a publication similar to that: 43.201 General. (a) In general, state contracts contain a amendable clause that allows the contract agent to make unilateral changes in certain areas within the broad scope of the contract. This objective will be achieved by issuing written requests for change on Standard Form 30, amending the invitation/modification of the contract (SF 30), unless otherwise stated (see item 43.301). (b) the contractor must continue to perform the contract in a modified manner, except that the contractor is not required, in the repayment or incremental financing contracts, to continue the benefit or to incur costs exceeding the limits set out in the limit of cost or limitation of funds (see 32.706-2). (c) the licensee may, in unusual or urgent circumstances, adopt an electronic change order without SF 30, provided that the communication essentially contains the information requested by SF 30 and that immediate action is taken to issue SF 30. 43.202 Authority issuing change orders. Amendment contracts are awarded by the contracting authority, unless the Authority is delegated to an administrative agent (see item 42.202 (c)). 43.203. (a) contractors` accounting systems are rarely designed to separate the costs of performing modified work; Therefore, before potential contractors submit bids, the contractor should inform them of the possible need to revise their accounting procedures to meet the requirements of Accounting Clause 52.243-6. (b) The following direct cost categories are normally segregated and liable under the accounting change clause: (1) One-time costs (e.g. B engineering costs and outdated or refurbished work costs). (2) Cost of additional work caused by the modification contract (e.g., new subcontracting work. B, new prototypes or upgrade or backfit kits).
(3) Costs of recurrent work (for example. B work and equipment costs). 43.204 Administration. (a) change the documentation of orders. If the change orders are not completed, they need two documents: the amendment mandate and a complementary agreement that reflects the resulting fair adjustment under the contractual terms. If a fair adjustment of the contract price or terms of delivery or both can be agreed in advance, only an endorsement must be granted, but administrative changes and amendments made pursuant to a clause conferring on the government a unilateral right of amendment (for example. B an option clause) require only one document. b) definition.
1. Contract agents negotiate appropriate adjustments resulting from modification contracts as soon as possible. 2. Contract agents negotiating appropriate delegation accommodations at 42.302 (b) (1) receive the contract agent`s approval before adjusting the contract delivery schedule. 3. Contract and contract management agencies may set up tension systems to ensure accurate identification and rapid definition of non-price change orders.