Final product means supplies supplied under any heading of an intergovernmental contract, except as used in Part 25 and related clauses of Articles 52.225-1, 52.225-3 and 52.225-5, see definitions in paragraphs 25.003, 52.225-1(a), 52.225-3(a) and 52.225-5(a). (ii) A small business supplier agrees with one or more other small businesses to act as subcontractors under a particular government contract. A small business partnership agreement between the supplier and its subcontractors exists through a written agreement between the parties that: – Building or work refers to the construction activity as opposed to manufacturing, supplying materials or performing maintenance and servicing work. Terms include, but are not limited to, buildings, structures and improvements of all kinds, such as bridges, dams, facilities, highways, park trails, roads, subways, tunnels, sewers, pipelines, power lines, pumping stations, heavy generators, railways, airports, terminals, wharves, wharves, wharves, trails, lighthouses, buoys, jetties, breakwaters, canals, dredging, shoring, plant rehabilitation and reactivation, scaffolding, drilling, blasting, excavation, clearing and landscaping. The manufacture or supply of materials, articles, consumables or equipment (whether or not a federal or state agency acquires ownership of such materials, articles, supplies or equipment during manufacture or installation, or owns the materials from which they are manufactured or supplied) is not a “building” or “work” as defined herein, Unless: it must be carried out in connection with and on the site of such building or work as set forth in the preceding sentence or in accordance with the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 and the Housing Act of 1949 in the construction or development of the project. Change of Name Agreement means a legal instrument signed by the Contractor and the Government that recognizes the legal name change of the Contractor without affecting the original contractual rights and obligations of the parties. (2) A commercial guarantee is permitted under various insurance laws and, in accordance with its statutes, has the legal authority to act as a guarantee for others. (2) A product that has evolved from a product referred to in clause (1) of this definition as a result of advances in technology or performance and that is not yet available on the commercial market, but that will be available on the commercial market in time to meet the procurement needs of a government tender; (2) In this definition, the term “product” does not include energy-using products or systems designed or purchased for combat or combat operations (42 U.S.C. 8259b). The contract is a mutually binding legal relationship that obliges the seller to provide the goods or services (including performance) and the buyer to pay.
It includes all types of commitments that require the government to spend earmarked funds and, unless otherwise authorized, are made in writing. In addition to bilateral instruments, contracts include (but are not limited to) contract and contract notices; work orders or purchase orders issued under basic purchase order contracts; postal contracts; orders, such as orders whose contract is concluded by written acceptance or execution; and amendments to bilateral treaties. Contracts do not include grants and cooperation agreements, which fall under 31 U.S.C. 6301 et seq. For a discussion of the different types of contracts, see Part 16. Obviously, there are many compelling speaking topics you can choose for a public lecture course. Everything from localized demands like changing a particular college or university policy to broader societal demands like greater enforcement of the law against trafficking in women and children in the United States, could make for interesting persuasive discourse. You will notice that in the previous sentence we referred to both subjects as demands. In this use of the word “claim,” we explain the goodness or positivity of an attitude, value, belief, or behavior that others may challenge. As a result of the dispute between our perception of the goodness of an attitude, value, belief or behavior and the perceptions of others, we try to support the claim we make with some kind of proof and logic while trying to convince others.
There are four common statements that can be made: definition, fact, policy, and value. Construction means the construction, alteration or repair (including dredging, excavation and painting) of buildings, structures or other immovable property. For the purposes of this definition, the term “buildings, structures or other immovable property” includes, but is not limited to, improvements of any kind, such as bridges, dams, facilities, highways, parkways, roads, subways, tunnels, sewers, pipelines, power lines, cemeteries, pumping stations, railways, airport facilities, terminals, wharves, jetties, wharves, trails, lighthouses, buoys, jetties, breakwaters,, canals and canals.