|Revision Date||February 1, 2019|
For each monitoring event created in SCOR, whether the event is created by COS or the contract staff, contract divisions must determine the review level of monitoring as either targeted or comprehensive as defined below. Contract divisions must document their review level selection methodology and submit to COS.
When a risk-based or enhanced monitoring event is entered into SCOR, the monitoring review level will default to comprehensive. If the decision is made to complete a targeted review, the contract staff will need to change the monitoring level from comprehensive to targeted.
Targeted monitoring refers to the selection of at least one review type (programmatic, administrative, fiscal) and conducting a review of the minimum contract monitoring requirements, as established by the Contract Division.
Comprehensive monitoring refers to the selection of combined (two or more) review types (programmatic, administrative, fiscal), and/or conducting a review that increases the scope, as established by the Contract Division.