Determining CCO Type


Does the CCO resolve a dispute that was formalized in a Claim or Notice of Potential Claim?
(Click one.)


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Selecting the First Character
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Use the "Description" column to categorize the CCO as to its general type and click on the character in the "Code" column.
CCO Type Code Description
Administration Contract work A CCO used to pay for work or adjustments already authorized by specifications (supplemental work, quantity adjustments, etc.).
Acceleration B CCO used to accelerate certain planned work. Describe the reason for acceleration in the transmittal memo (public convenience, staging coordination, delay mitigation, etc.)
Plan or Specification Change Non-VECP C CCO needed to change plans or specifications for reasons unrelated to a VECP.
VECP-Related D CCO needed to change plans or specifications due to a VECP.
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Selecting the First Character
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Use the "Description" column to categorize the CCO as to its general type and click on the character in the "Code" column.
CCO Type Code Description
Dispute Resolution Potential Claim E CCO either fully or partially resolves certain Notices of Potential Claim filed due to some aspect of contract administration.
F CCO either fully or partially resolves certain Notices of Potential Claim filed due to an ordered change.
Claim G CCO either fully or partially resolves certain contract claims filed due to some aspect of contract administration.
H CCO either fully or partially resolves certain contract claims filed due to an ordered change.
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CCO Type: Administrative Contract Work

Character 1
A
CCO to pay for work or adjustments already authorized by specifications (supplemental work, quantity adjustments, etc.).
Character 2


Select the administrative specification that authorizes the change order.


    Standard Specifications & Special Provisions:

Character 3*
Z
*Code "A" in the first character position describes an administrative change order, therefore, it is associated with "Z" for the third and fourth characters.
Character 4*
Z
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CCO Type: Administrative Acceleration

Character 1 Character 2* Character 3* Character 4*
B Z Z Z
*Code "B" in the first character position describes an administrative change order for acceleration with no physical change in the planned work, therefore, it is associated with "Z" for the second, third, and fourth characters.
--Enter the characters in the category code on Forms CEM-4903 and CEM-4901.--
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CCO Type: Plan or Specification Change (Non-VECP)

Character 1
C
CCO to change plans or specifications for reasons unrelated to a VECP.
Character 2


Select the asset that most accurately identifies the change order.


    Physical Asset:

Characters
3 & 4


Select the Source Document that most accurately identifies the change order.


    Source Document: (Choose one.)

Agreement:         

Certificate:          

Survey:               

Materials:            

Plan:                   

Specification:       

Temporary Plan:   

Other:                 
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CCO Type: Plan or Specification Change (Non-VECP)

Character 1
D
CCO to change plans or specifications due to a VECP.
Character 2


Select the asset that most accurately identifies the change order.


    Physical Asset:

Characters
3 & 4


Select the Source Document that most accurately identifies the change order.


    Source Document: (Choose one.)

Agreement:         

Certificate:          

Survey:               

Materials:            

Plan:                   

Specification:       

Temporary Plan:   

Other:                 
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CCO Type: Potential Claim, Contract Administration

Character 1
E
CCO either fully or partially resolves certain Notices of Potential Claim filed due to some aspect of contract administration.
Character 2

Select the specification that most accurately identifies the change order.


    Standard Specifications & Special Provisions:

Character 3

Select the chronological milestone that most closely identifies the time frame prior to when the dispute was resolved.


    Time Frame:

Character 4

Select the Resolution Authority that most accurately explains how the dispute was resolved (entitlement, negotiated settlement, etc.).


    Resolution Authority:

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CCO Type: Potential Claim, Ordered Change

Character 1
F
CCO either fully or partially resolves certain Notices of Potential Claim filed due to an ordered change.
Character 2

Select the asset that most accurately identifies the change order.


    Physical Asset:

Character 3

Select the chronological milestone that most closely identifies the time frame prior to when the dispute was resolved.


    Time Frame:

Character 4

Select the Resolution Authority that most accurately explains how the dispute was resolved (entitlement, negotiated settlement, etc.).


    Resolution Authority:

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CCO Type: Claim, Contract Administration

Character 1
G
CCO either fully or partially resolves certain contract claims filed due to some aspect of contract administration.
Character 2

Select the specification that most accurately identifies the change order.


    Standard Specifications & Special Provisions:

Character 3
Select the chronological milestone that most closely identifies the time frame prior to when the dispute was resolved.

    Time Frame:

Character 4

Select the Resolution Authority that most accurately explains how the dispute was resolved (entitlement, negotiated settlement, etc.).


    Resolution Authority:

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CCO Type: Claim, Ordered Change

Character 1
H
CCO either fully or partially resolves certain contract claims filed due to an ordered change.
Character 2

Select the asset that most accurately identifies the change order.


    Physical Asset:

Character 3
Select the chronological milestone that most closely identifies the time frame prior to when the dispute was resolved.

    Time Frame:

Character 4

Select the Resolution Authority that most accurately explains how the dispute was resolved (entitlement, negotiated settlement, etc.).


    Resolution Authority:

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