(1)Additional Goods or Services: The Board may amend a Contract without additional competition to add additional Goods or Services within the Scope of the Solicitation Document, or if no Solicitation Document, the Contract, subject to the following conditions:
(a)The additional Goods or Services are required by reason of existing or new laws, rules, regulations, or ordinances that affect the performance of the original Contract; or
(b)The prices for the Goods or Services are modified only as follows:
(A)When prices for the Goods or Services are based on unit prices, unit prices that establish the cost basis for the additional Goods or Services were provided in the Offer or original Contract and those prices do not increase except as permitted by an escalation clause in the Contract; or
(B)When prices for the Goods or Services are not based on unit prices, options that establish the cost basis for the additional Goods or Services were provided in the Solicitation Document, Offer, or original Contract.
(2)Renegotiated Contract: The Board may renegotiate the terms and conditions, including the Contract Price, of a Contract without additional competition and amend a Contract if it is Advantageous to the Board subject to the following conditions:
(a)The amended Contract is within the Scope of the Solicitation Document, or if no Solicitation Document, within the Scope the Contract;
(b)The Board must determine that, with all things considered, the renegotiated Contract is at least as favorable to the Board as the original Contract; and
(c)The renegotiated Contract will not have a total term greater than allowed in the original Solicitation Document or Contract after combining the initial and extended terms.
(d)If a Contractor offers a lower price in exchange for a term or condition that was expressly rejected in the original solicitation, the amended Contract may be structured with this changed term as an optional, but not as a mandatory Contract term.
(3)Small or Intermediate Contract: The Executive Director may amend a contract awarded as a small or intermediate procurement pursuant to sections (1) or (2) of this rule, but the cumulative amendments must not increase the total Contract Price to a sum that is greater than twenty-five percent of the original Contract Price, unless the amendment increasing the original Contract Price to more than twenty-five percent of the original Contract Price is approved in writing by the Board prior to execution of the amendment.
(4)Emergency Contract: The Board may amend a Contract Awarded as an Emergency procurement if the Emergency justification for entering into the Contract still exists, and the amendment is necessary to address the continuing Emergency.
Rule 334-001-0036 — Contract Amendments,