2. Each basic order agreement is reviewed and, if necessary, reviewed annually before the anniversary of its entry into force, in order to meet the requirements of this Regulation. Basic agreements may need to be reviewed prior to annual review based on mandatory legal requirements. A basic contract is changed only by modification of the contract itself and not by individual contracts awarded under the contract. Changing a basic contract has no retroactive effect on previously past contracts. The BPAs and the BOAs are very similar in that they are basic agreements concluded as soon as the government has identified elements that are used on a repetitive basis. However, they differ in their use because the ATPs apply to the expected requirements and use the terms of the GSA calendar contracts (or other contracts) of the suppliers. BOAs are used when future needs are indeterminate. These agreements contain their own terms and conditions. Neither the BOAs nor the BPAs are considered binding contracts until contracts are made against them. These markets become binding contracts. (iii) List one or more government activities authorized to contract under the agreement; (a) description. A basic order agreement is a written instrument of agreement negotiated between an agency, a contracting company or a contractor, and (1) contains conditions and clauses applicable to future contracts (markets) between the parties during their duration, 2) a kind of description, as far as possible, of the supplies or services to be provided and (3) of the pricing methods , issuing and delivering future contracts under the basic ordering contract.
A basic contract is not a contract. (ii) the need for supplies or services is imperative and unusually urgent (i.e., if the government is seriously harmed financially or otherwise, if the requirement is not met earlier than it would be if prices were set before construction began). The contractor proceeds with the pricing as soon as possible. Under no circumstances can a total order be priced retroactively. (1) Before an order is awarded as part of a basic order agreement, the contracting authority – b) must apply. A basic order agreement can be used to expedite the conclusion of a contract for uncertain supply or service requirements when certain items, quantities and prices are not known at the time of the contract, but a considerable number of requirements for the type of supplies or services covered by the agreement are likely to be purchased by the contractor. Under the right circumstances, the application of these procedures can save money on parts ordering for equipment assistance, reducing administrative delays, inventory investments and aging due to design changes. This agreement can be used to expedite the conclusion of the contract for dangerous deliveries or services when certain items, quantities and prices are not known at the time of the contract`s implementation, but a considerable number of requirements should be acquired by the contractor. (iii) appoint, if necessary, the Authority to 6.302 in each order; and (iii) to sign or obtain the current justifications and authorizations, as well as all findings and findings, and to meet other requirements covered in point 1.602-1 (b), as if the contract were a contract entered into independently of a basic order agreement. (v) to provide that the non-agreement on the price of an order made before the price (see point d) (3) of this section) is a dispute within the dispute clause contained in the basic order agreement; and (i) to contract under basic order contracts on The Optional Form (OF) 347, on ordering supplies or services or on any other appropriate contractual instrument; (ii) to include, by reference, the provisions of the basic treaty; 3. The owner cannot make a final commitment or authorize the owner to: