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i. Command: Southwest Division (SWDIV), Naval Facilities Engineering
Command.
j. Construction Cost Limitation (CCL): That portion of the project budget
allocated for the construction of the primary and supporting facilities. See
ECC.
k. Construction Quality Control Program: System of construction quality
control as required by Contract Clause entitled "Inspection of Construction"
or specification General Paragraph titled "Contractor Quality Control (CQC)".
l. Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR): The person
appointed in writing by the Procurement Contracting Officer (PCO). The
appointed COTR is the focal point and primary contact between the A-E
contractor and all government representatives regarding all technical matters
and contractor performance issues. Work shall not begin on any contract
without written authorization from the Contracting officer.
m. Estimated Construction Cost (ECC): That portion of the project budget
allocated for the construction of the primary and supporting facilities. This
term, if used, is synonymous to CCL.
n. Engineering Services (ES): Engineering Services are A -E services for
other than design effort. They include engineering investigations, studies,
surveys, soils investigations, inspections and/or reports.
o. Environmental Documentation (ED) Includes Environmental Assessments
(EA) and Environmental Impact Statements (EIS ).
p. Military Construction (MCON): Major Military Construction projects
specifically authorized by Congress for the benefit of the Navy and Marine
Corps.
q. Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFACENGCOM):
Headquarters, Alexandria, Virginia.
r. Officer in Charge (OIC): Will be understood to mean Officer in Charge on
A-E contracts for the organization initiating the contract.
s. Officer in Charge of Construction (OICC): Represents the Commander in
the administration of construction contracts.
t. Operation and Maintenance, Navy (O&M,N): Within the context of this A-E Guide,
identifies a funding source for Navy facilities construction, repair and maintenance.
The corollary funding source for the Marine Corps is O&M,MC.
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