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3.2 Use of " C o n t r a c t i n g Officer":  T h e r e are two parties to all
c o n s t r u c t i o n contracts - the Contractor and the Contracting
O f f i c e r .  T h r o u g h o u t all technical sections, any reference to the
p a r t y of the second part shall be to the Contracting Officer. Do
not use Resident Officer in Charge of Construction or ROICC, as this
i s merely the office where the administration of the contract is
taking place.  The use of the term "government" ray be used as a
general term not intended to make a binding statement on either
p a r t y to the contract.  Where the term Contracting Officer is
a p p r o p r i a t e , it should be spelled out and not abbreviated.
3 . 3 Contract Clauses:  The "Contract Clauses" (FAR) of the
contract contain many requirements which affect the general conduct
of the work on the contract.  S p e c i f i e r s shall become familiar with
the clauses.
Bid for
Specification Number:
P r i c e for the entire work, complete in accordance with
Item 1.
t h e drawings and specifications, but not including
work indicated or-specified to be provided under any
o f the other bid items.
Item 2.
Amount to be added to the price bid under Item 1 for
the addition of
complete in accordance with the drawings and specifications.
Y-SPEC 1/89


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