07 Apr Aca Associate Contractor Agreement
(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; (6) identify potential conflicts between relevant government contracts and the ACA; Agreements on the protection of proprietary data and restrictions for employees. Associated contractoration agreements (CAAs) are agreements between contractors who work on public contracts or projects and define the requirements for the exchange of information, data, technical knowledge, expertise or resources. (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. The main contractors of the subcontracting relationships do not constitute ACA and are not subject to the requirements of this section. The contractor may require the ACA that contractors working on separate government contracts must cooperate, share resources or, on the other hand, participate jointly in contract or project work. The contractor should adapt each ACA to the requirements of the contractual situation and may, if necessary, consult the contractor. Language of the proposed contract for The Declaration of Work or Performance WorkStatement: (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). v) conduct a thorough assessment of the amount of final liability, the expenditure profile and the INUE proposal. The assessment of the assessment of redundancy liability should focus on the content of the estimate, the methodology for the evolution of the estimate and the progressive responsibility for termination.
The evaluation should be included in the contract file. b) CAs contain the following general information: (1) Identify associated contractors and their relationships.