ODOT and FHWA will develop a formal project supervision agreement, which will allow FHWA to be properly involved in the development process of federally funded projects and monitor the overall effectiveness of the process. FHWA`s involvement in the design and construction of a federally funded project is determined by the EDA as well as a separate monitoring and fidle agreement between ODOT and FHWA. “implementation agreement,” an agreement or agreement that ODOT must enter into with the developer for one or more of the following activities after the completion of the activities under the development agreement: acquisition, financing, design, construction, operation or maintenance of a project and other services related to the development of projects that are not provided under the pre-development agreement; An implementation agreement may cover one or more projects. 11.1.1 This AED may be amended at any time by the written agreement of the parties. Changes to these EDAs may include, among other things, the addition or removal of experimental features, changes to performance measures, and changes to reporting obligations. The administrator of the FHWA Oregon division is authorized to modify the AED for FHWA, subject to the agreement of the FHWA moderator. 3.2.2 As soon as the approval of an experimental device is revoked, the applicable requirements for Title 23 of the Us Code and Title 23 of the Federal Code apply immediately. Notwithstanding the above, any withdrawal of an authorization pursuant to this section 3.2 concerns only the eligibility of Title 23 for projects or elements of those not subject to a project agreement and (a) not to invalidate or request an amendment to previously executed contracts (including the pre-development agreement and implementation agreement) concluded on the basis of such an authorization. and (c) in another way retroactive to the closed items or activities.

In addition, revocation of an authorization does not affect ODOT`s ability to place change orders or execute changes, amendments and complementary agreements for previously executed contracts. 7.1.4 The above does not exclude the OTE: reaching an agreement on the implementation of routine maintenance services that are not federally funded; 6.1.2 Objective of 23 C.R.R. 636.1 19 (b) is to ensure that federal competition requirements are met when providing services under certain public-private agreements, depending on whether this agreement sets the price and the transfer of risks. If the agreement does not set a price and transfer of risk, the developer must comply with the corresponding FHWA procurement requirements when purchasing services under the agreement and all subsequent contracts executed by the developer are considered to be primary contracts.