Basic Agreements And Basic Ordering Agreements Covered

1. Before the award of a contract under a basic contract, the contracting entity – recovered materials/sustainability – shall not have a BOA. (ii) where the order is placed after competition, ensure that the use of the basic order contract is not to other suppliers; and (ii) include the provisions of the basic order contract by reference; (c) restrictions. No basic order agreement shall be entered into by the government, nor involve the placement of contracts or future contracts with the Contractor, nor be used in any way to restrict competition. (i) to place orders under basic order contracts on the optional form (OF) 347, order for supplies or services or on any other appropriate contractual instrument; 3. Pending price fixing, the procuring entity may not make a final commitment or authorize the contractor to commence work on a contract under a basic contract, unless the order sets a maximum price that limits the government`s obligation and is – (b) enforced. A basic contract may be used to expedite the award of contracts for uncertain supply or service requirements where certain items, quantities and prices are not known at the time of performance of the contract, but a significant number of requirements relating to the nature of the supplies or services covered by the agreement are likely to be obtained from the contractor. Under the right circumstances, using these procedures can save money in ordering parts for equipment support by reducing administrative time, existing investments, and aging inventory due to design changes. Reason for Modification – Does not apply to a basic contract. Select the applicable value when notifying a change to a basic contract.

Mod No – By default, `0` for a basic contract. Enter a unique value if you are reporting a change to a basic contract. The change number must begin with an (A) or (P). The length must be six characters. 2. Each basic order contract shall be reviewed and, where appropriate, reviewed before the anniversary of its entry into force in order to meet the requirements of this Regulation. . . .

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