Contract Management

Change Orders/Variations

The Contract Management section of the User Guide contains also the following topics:

Back Charge | Delay Notice | Extension of Time (EOT)

Non-Conformance | Project Instruction | Submittals

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Change Orders/Variations

Change Orders/Variations – What is a Change Order?

A change order is a document used to alter the original agreement on a construction project. It details the changes in the scope of work, cost, and schedule that are required.

In project management, change orders are also called Variations or Variation Orders in some markets.

Change Orders/Variations – Create a Change Order notice

Change Orders/Variations – Close a Change Order notice

Change Orders/Variations – Edit a Change Order notice

Change Orders/Variations – Export a Change Order notice

Change Orders/Variations – Share a Change Order notice

Change Orders Variations – Duplicate a Change Order notice

Change Orders/ Variations – Remove a Change order notice

Change Orders / Variations – Export a Change Order register report

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