contract modification

contract modification

Additions to, deletions from, or modifications of the work, 1 to be done, after the construction agreement has been signed.
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9 million contract modification to space shuttle main engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne of Canoga Park, Calif.
Fort Worth, Texas, is being awarded a $6,000,000,000 indefinite-delivery and indefinite-quantity contract modification to provide for development of system upgrades to existing requirements, incorporate new requirements, add capability and enhance performance in the F/A-22 Weapon System.
Announcement of the GSA/FTS contract modification was made by Telenor during the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA-West 2007) conference and exposition in San Diego, California.
8 million contract modification funding the purchase of "end of life hardware" for use in carrying out "trade studies and analysis for the Japan AWACS mission computing upgrade DMS 3.
The second contract modification, worth $27 million, calls for Electric Boat to continue operating the Nuclear Regional Maintenance Department (NRMD) at the submarine base, providing services in support of planned and emergent nuclear maintenance and repairs for operational submarines.
This contract modification will bring the total of renewed and upgraded canisters under this contract to 1036 MK 14 canisters and the production of 97 MK 14 Mod 2 canisters," said Gary Tatge, program manager of the MK 41 VLS and canisters.
This contract modification is valued at about $490 million.
3 million contract modification to continue engineering and manufacturing development work on the US Army's M109A7 Paladin self-propelled howitzers, and accompanying M992A3 field artillery ammunition supply vehicles to March 31, 2017.
Minutes are rarely, if ever, disputed, and are a much easier, cheaper, and faster mechanism than a formal contract modification to document changes.
8 million firm-fixed-price contract modification to provide the U.
Under a $10 million contract modification that runs through FY 2004, Northrop Grumman will continue work on a naval unmanned combat air vehicle, including additional technology and risk-reduction studies such as modeling and simulation of autonomous flight operations from an aircraft carrier.
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