Is this one of the questions they are asking at UTNIF?
Do not take my work on this, but here are a few I found
Normal Perm: Do the plan, and some or all of the CP/ K
Severance Perm: Do part of the plan and part or all of the CP/ K
Intrinsic Perm: Do the plan, part or all of the CP/ K, and something else
Time-Frame Perm: Do the plan, and do the CP/ K later (or vice versa)
And these are not mutually exclusive
Also, for the Neg
Performance Perms - Used when the affirmative makes some use of performance in their 1AC; the negative attempts to argue they can subsume some or all of the performance and win the round on other grounds. Essentially, they argue that the judge can endorse the performance and still vote negative. Usually run as part of a strategy containing a counter-advocacy to the affirmative, in the form of a CP, K, or even negative performance.