43.301 Use of forms. (a) 1. Form 30 (SF 30), an amendment to the invitation/modification of the contract, is used (with the exception of options covered in point 43.301,a) (2) or measures dealt with in Part 15 to (i) any change to an appeal; (ii) change orders issued pursuant to the treaty amendment clause; (iii) any other unilateral modification of the contract granted under a contract clause authorizing such an amendment without the contractor`s consent; (iv) administrative changes such as correction of typographical errors, changes to the paying body, and changes to accounting and appropriation data; v) complementary agreements (see 43.103); and vi) the removal, reinstatement or addition of credits to a contract. 2. SF 30 can be used to – (i) changes that change the price of oil purchase contracts as a result of economic price adjustments; (ii) notifications of termination; and (iii) order changes in accordance with point 13.302-3. 3. (3) If a change results in a price change, the estimated amount of the price change is not indicated on the copies of SF 30 that are referred to the subcontractor. b) Optional Form 336 (OF 336), continuation sheet or blank sheet can be used as a follow-up sheet for treaty change. By jerry zaffos on Wednesday, June 12, 2002 – 11:14: If we go back to Vern`s original example, wouldn`t the legal authority of the client be the same as for the conclusion of a contract, since the parties have entered into a new contract in a certain sense, although all the conditions, except the delivery plan and price, are the same? (a) orders for supplies or services that do not otherwise change the terms of a contract or agreement (for example.
B contracts for supplies under indeterminate supply contracts); (b) the certification required in accordance with point (a) of this section is based on the negotiated price, except that changes made prior to the price agreement may be based on the best available estimate of costs. By Mike Wolff on Tuesday, June 11, 2002 – 10:14: Joel, An example would be to add equipment to a building on a mechanical maintenance contract. This would be done through a complementary agreement without any special authority as mutual consent of both parties (unless the contract requires the contractor to have all new equipment).