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activity so that the work can be more accurately assessed.  After
negotiation, a final or "Revised SCOPE" will be issued to the A-E.  The
"SCOPE," which becomes a part of the contract, defines the extent and
limitations of the A-E services, and the extent and limitations of the
facility or project to be designed, studied or investigated.  For MCON
projects, the scope of the facility authorized for construction is
summarized by DD Form 1391.
2.3.1  Precedence:  In case of differences between the "SCOPE", this Guide
and referenced publications, the "SCOPE" shall govern over the Guide and
the Guide shall govern over the referenced publications to the extent of
such differences.
2.3.2  Scope Changes:  "Scope" changes must be authorized by a Contracting
Officer in writing.  In many instances A-E firms have performed work
outside the "SCOPE" due to directions given by Government personnel who
were not authorized to direct the changes, and then sought compensation.
The Government is not obligated to pay for this work (See "Changes" clauses
Appendix B) PDEs, EICs, AICs, program managers, planners, activity military
(officers and enlisted) and civilian (engineers, architects,
maintenance/shop workers etc.) personnel are not authorized to direct
changes.  A-E Proposed Changes:  Submit to the PDE a written statement
describing additional work required outside of the "SCOPE" that is
necessary to successfully accomplished the project.  If appropriate, the
Government will generally negotiate a change or will issue a separate
2.4  AUTHORIZATION TO PROCEED:  The A-E is authorized to take action only
upon receipt of written contract/contract modification/task order issued by
a Contracting Officer.  Conference agreements, verbal commitments and
similar considerations are tentative until confirmed in writing by a
Contracting Officer.
Authorized Contracting Officers:
COMPACNAVFACENGCOM, Director, Deputy, Division Managers, Branch Managers,
and contract specialists, specifically warranted as contracting officers,
of the Acquisition Department.
b.  Contracts awarded at OICC/OIC/OICC DET offices overseas:
OIC/OICC, Deputy OICC, Director, Branch Managers and contract specialists,
specifically warranted as contracting officers, of the Acquisition
2.4.2  Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR):  When
contract administration requires assistance from technical personnel, such
assistance shall be provided by a COTR who is appointed in writing by the
Procurement Contracting Officer (PCO).  The appointed COTR is the focal
point between the A-E Contractor and all government representatives
regarding technical and contractor performance issues.  An Alternate COTR
may be appointed to act in the absence of the COTR.  When surveillance and
monitoring burden of the contract is significant, or it is not possible to
have a single person who is qualified in all types of work, Navy Technical
Representatives (NTRs) may be appointed to assist the COTR.  NTRs do not
have the authority to provide any technical direction/clarification
directly to the Contractor or to approve and accept resulting work.


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