We have seen a number of fixed-price sales agreements with a provision that requires an evaluation procedure if the fixed price is older. B of a given period (for example, two years or more). These processes are usually about 150 words in length, more or less, and came from a pattern somewhere. Each party is responsible for its own compliance with export control legislation. Where it is necessary for the parties to exchange known or suspected objects under export control, the contracting party that discloses these controlled objects must, prior to disclosure or exchange, provide the other party with a written notification; and (ii) to make available to the other party the applicable classification number for export control (ECCN) or any other classification for these positions. The contracting parties agree to identify and label all controlled objects as intended for export and. B to identify and identify the identification authority (e.g., EAR, ITAR, OFAC regulations, NRC/DOE regulations) for these controlled objects. As is used here, the following terms are: (i) “elements” — raw materials, software and technology; (ii) “raw materials” – items, materials or suppliers, with the exception of technology and software; (iii) “software”: a collection of one or more programs or microprograms defined in a tangible medium of expression; and (iv) “technology” – specific information needed for the development, manufacture or use of a product, including technical data and technical assistance. While a fixed-price contract gives a buyer more predictability about the future costs of goods or services negotiated in the contract, this predictability can be priced. The seller can identify the risk he takes by setting a price and will therefore ask more than for a liquid price or a price that he could negotiate regularly with the seller, in order to take into account the greater risk that the seller takes. A fixed-price contract is a contract in which the payment of the contract does not depend on the amount of resources or time spent by the contractor, unlike cost-plus contracts.
Fixed-price contracts are often used for military and government contractors to put the risk on the seller`s side and control costs. 2. Comprehensive agreement, amendments and amendments: this agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the contracting parties and replaces all previous contracts, agreements or agreements, written or written, of the parties on the purpose of this agreement, unless it is included in Appendix B, a list of associated agreements that are attached to it and are included in this reference. Any amendment to this agreement is only valid if it is signed in writing by the authorized representatives of the parties. A buyer can also benefit from the predictability of a fixed-price contract, as any uncertainty about the final cost of the project, which exceeds initial estimates, moves entirely to the seller. So if you buy supplies or resources, you may prefer a fixed-price contract because it gives you a concrete budget to work with them, unlike a contract where costs can rise indefinitely over time. K. USE OF TRADENAMES AND SERVICE MARKS: None of the parties receives, by this agreement, a right, title or interest in or right of reproduction or use for any purpose, names, trade names, trademarks or logos (together the “marks”) of the other party.
Neither party will enter the name of the other party or a staff member of that contracting party on advertising, promotion or advertising issues without the prior written consent of that other party. In the case of the university, prior written authorization is required by the director of the license and trademark execution. In the case of a sponsor, prior written authorization from an authorized sponsor representative is required. The university`s contract representative must be contacted for all administrative aspects of the agreement, including, but not limited, to amendments, and he is entitled to negotiate agreements and amendments on behalf of the university.