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provided identifying the type of work to be completed by the contractor. The list oftypes of work should be a part of the contract and only items complying with thespecifications of these types of work would be reimbursable.·Summarize term contracts quarterly by giving types of work completed or in progress.Quarterly reports would be reviewed by approving authorities.·Restrict dollar amounts that building managers could authorize on their own authority.·Require periodic reviews of field office procurement, especially (1) contracts in excess of astated amount and (2) types of problem contracts such as the term contracts.Inspection·Require an inspection report on every term contract on a monthly basis giving the status ofeach item being worked on.·Have the inspectors report to an authority other than the contracting authority (the buildingmanager), possibly a regional engineer.·Have inspection reports prepared on a time and material basis with specific identification ofquantities, locations, quality, etc.·Assure that inspectors have technical ability to perform meaningful inspections.·Where specifications are included in work orders, specifically identify the specificationsobserved of work inspected. Do not merely state that the work performed conformsto work-order specifications.Payment·Assure the payment operation reports to an authority other than that supervising theprocurement activity or the inspection activity.·Require each payment to be supported by a copy of the work order (contract) or a referencethereto that is reviewed when payment is made: a receiving report (if materials aredelivered), an inspection report, and a certified vendor's invoice (originals one).·Recompute all arithmetic on the documents and assure that items procured are authorized.Check prices and terms of delivery and of discounts to work order and contract.