(B) a revised timetable for the contract`s definition agreed upon by the contractor; (a) the contractor should enter into contractual agreements (ACA) for any part of the contract that requires joint participation in the performance of the government`s request; The agreements should provide the basis for the exchange of information, data, technical knowledge, expertise and/or resources necessary to integrate the programme or project (insert the name of the programme or project) in order to ensure maximum cooperation in the development of the programme in order to meet the contractual conditions. Associate contractors are listed below (g). (i) obtain a “do not exceed” (MME) proposal and reach agreement on a DEM amount for long-term efforts; (ii) to obtain a DNN proposal for the entire order and verify the suitability. Following an AGREEMENT on the INTE, the contractor will include it in the contract; (B) Ask the contractor to submit a proposal from OPERATIONN and accept an NN OPERATION for the entire market load (if, prior to this, there was no INTE for the entire contractual burden), if the determination of the entire contract was not made before the liability for the tender terminals exceeded the amount of the contract offer and, if necessary, to add purchasing means to protect the final item delivery plans. Incorporate ACTIONN at the same time as the commitment of purchase funds into the contract. (f) All costs associated with the agreements are included in the negotiated costs of this contract. Agreements may be amended during the performance of this contract, as requested by the government. (iii) assess the revised forward-looking status of the contractor`s termination liability and (c) submit a copy of that agreement to the contracting officer for review before the document is executed by the cooperating contractors. b) CAs contain the following general information: (1) Identify associated contractors and their relationships.
(2) Identify the relevant program and relevant government mandates of associated contractors. (3) Describe the interfaces of the associated contractor according to general themes.