(i) the basic order agreement provides for appropriate procedures for setting the price of the order in a timely manner at an early stage of the validity period; or (d) commands. A contract agent representing all government activities listed in a basic order agreement may contract for necessary supplies or services under this agreement. c) restrictions. In a basic order agreement, no government agreement is granted for the award of future contracts or contracts with the contractor or to restrict competition in any way. 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. (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. (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) to include, by reference, the provisions of the basic treaty; Mod No – Default `0` for a basic contract. Enter a unique value if you declare a change to a basic contract. The change number should start with one (A) or one (P). The length must be made up of six characters. (1) Before awarding an order as part of a basic order agreement, the contractor must provide that the non-agreement on the price of an order placed before the price (see paragraph d) (3) of this section) is a dispute within the meaning of the dispute clause 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; 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.