If you think the new work is not reached by the exchange clause, do not quote the exchange clause. You have two options: (3) Review other agreements of the parties that change the terms of the contract. It appears that the OP wants to help determine whether the new work (amendments) should be issued in accordance with a clause – or the agreement of the parties who amend the terms of the contract. Several agency instructions that I tell Googled to use block 13 C, the complementary agreement for modification, the fair adaptation of a series of changes invoking the amendment clause. The operating theatre has found that the new work is at hand and offers me no reason to believe that this would not be subject to the amendment clause. (3) to direct or encourage the contractor to carry out work that should be amended in the contract. The program office plans to complete a non-degradable research and development contract for services (reimbursement of fees) with in-scope work. I believe that the amendment clause can be used as part of a cost reimbursement contract for unilateral changes in certain areas for work within the scope. I have several questions: Is Far 2.101 defined with respect to the use of an amendment order or a complementary “change order” agreement as follows: Would adding in-scope work to a contract be a change in the description of the services to be provided? For me, completing the work is not a change in the description, but an introduction of additional new work that is not covered by the authority of the amending clause. So I think it shouldn`t be declared as a unilateral mod under the amendment clause. The original poster said, “For me, the addition of work is not a modification of the description, but an introduction of additional work that, as such, is not covered by the authority of the amending clause.” (2) Insert in the endorsement a publication similar to the one above: The posters above suggest that you may actually have a series of bilateral changes (order of modification with a fair adjustment). For me, in a world of reimbursement of expenses close to almost all change orders, negotiations are underway and therefore does not give me the freedom to place the order unilaterally. Unless I unilaterally establish the amendment order, pursuant to the amendment clause, to notify and then negotiate a fair accommodation separately and execute an endorsement.
If none of the above works works, you can make a new purchase for the new job. (a) bilateral. A bilateral amendment (additional agreement) is an amendment to the contract signed by the contractor and the client. Bilateral amendments are used to c) make full and final fair adjustments. In order to avoid future controversies that may result from a complementary agreement involving a fair adjustment following an amendment order, the contractor should be subject to a thorough review of the nature of the amendments (including the determination of whether the proposed work falls within the scope and not scope) in the management of Nash and cibinic`s government orders. They also discuss the fact that the amendment clauses relate to specific amendments, but not to mods, in order to adopt bilaterally agreed amendments in the framework. (a) Only contract agents acting within their jurisdiction are entitled to make contract changes on behalf of the government; Other members of the government will not send you the REA. They negotiate back and forth, but cannot agree. (1) Is the new amount of work less than the SAT? So maybe write a single source of justification under FAR Part 13 and say that the established contractor is the only reasonably available source. They add the work by bilateral modification by referring to the FAR citation for individual acquisition.