Contract AdministrationA2CO

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/13/11 Award to Close-Out Contract Administration
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6/13/11 Award Contracting Officer awards contract to winning offeror (lowest bid or best value). Losing Offerors may be debriefed by CO to explain why they were not chosen Losing Offerors are given time to appeal decision Contract will stipulate performance period and how contact will be monitored
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6/13/11 COR, COTR Contracting Officer’s Representative or CO’s Technical Representative is the person charged by the CO to have day to day managerial responsibility Can only monitor contract and direct contractor IAW contract requirements CANNOT order changes outside of scope or direct Contractor to expend or incur costs unless given warrant. CO must approve changes
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6/13/11 Mobilization and Logistics Mobilization is the action by the Contractor to start physical work, either by moving equipment or personnel to the job location Contract may have long lead time items Supplies and setting up shops Manufacturing or Fabrication Hiring of local skilled tradesmen Getting Permits and Approvals
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6/13/11 Notice to Proceed Permission from CO to commence work. Contract clock begins May be Limited NTP – only certain actions may be taken at this time Start Design Obtain Permits and Approvals Mobilize to Site and set up offices Order materials NTP must be sent to Contractor and he/she
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6/13/11 Pre-Construction Meeting Meeting between CO, COR/COTR and Contractor prior to start of work. Can be at job site or office Usually before NTP Contract is highlighted or read Specifications and Drawings are reviewed Pertinent Clauses are discussed Questions and answers CTR confirms his/her understanding of
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6/13/11 SUBMITTALS Contract has list of deliverables called submittals Contract stipulates what, when and how Contract stipulates review time, format and naming convention Oftentimes if Submittal is not on critical path or key to future efforts, the submittal is assumed approved if owner misses review deadline Owner and Contractor maintain log
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6/13/11 RFIs Requests for Information may be submitted by contractor for such reasons as unforeseen site conditions, changes in material, design issues, requesting owner decision, interpretation of submittals, etc. RFIs must be documented and addressed Become part of Contract (documented in Addenda) If RFI requires big changes then contract will be modified (documented in
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6/13/11 Scope Creep Scope creep is when the actions of the contractor or owner to “make things
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2011 for the course CE 190W taught by Professor G during the Spring '11 term at GWU.

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