These documents included copies of contracts, task orders against contracts, change orders and administrative change letters to task orders and contracts, and LOTDs from the KO to the contractor.
The change orders, administrative change letters, and LOTDs are roughly equivalent to FRAGOs; they communicate to the contractor changes to the original contract and provide direction to clarify or change details in previous contract documents.
These documents include but are not limited to PWSs, letters of justification, PPRs, and LOTDs.
This is where the LOTD
process assisted in effectively administering the contracts.
* Coordinate with the administrative contracting officer of an LOTD in order to modify contractual clauses or direct the contractor to perform a service.
Contractors and service members involved in this operation conducted technical inspections of all equipment and identified deficiencies that the battalion maintenance team had to correct before the lateral transfer, which had to take place within 60 days of the publication of the LOTDs.
The ACO can direct the contractor through either an LOTD or a change order.
LOTD. An LOTD is used for minor changes that do not require any additional outlay of funds.
Within days, the ACO gave the contractor an LOTD formally directing the contractor to provide limited class IV service.
If the required support was contractor provided and the task was not clearly specified in the PWS, the contractor often demanded an LOTD. An LOTD is an administrative contracting officer's order to the contractor to perform a new task that is within the scope of the PWS at no additional cost.
The process to obtain an ACL is more complicated than that of an LOTD. Technical evaluation, legal review, and funding hurdles are included in the ACL process.
In many situations, the requirement for an LOTD or ACL hinders support.