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What does CCO stand for?

CCO stands for Contract Change Order

This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Military and Government
  • Business, finance, etc.

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Watch for: * Other government inspectors at the job site noticing a pattern of preferential contractor treatment * Government official having a lifestyle exceeding his or her salary * Contract change orders lacking sufficient justification * Oversight officials socializing with, or having business relationships with, contractors or their families Kickbacks In kickback schemes, a contractor or subcontractor misrepresents the cost of performing work by secretly paying a fee for being awarded the contract and therefore inflating the job cost to the government.
If the project does not go well and the contractor has relied on and constructed the project as per the contract specifications, then the engineer and the contractor must negotiate contract change orders typically resulting in extra costs to the contract.
With respect to the contract change order with the California Lottery, GTECH expects to receive approximately $8 million in product sale revenue, and $35 million in service revenue over the life of the existing contract which runs through October 13, 2009.