Provision (contracting)

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In United States government contracting, a provision or solicitation provision is a written term or condition used in a solicitation. A solicitation provision applies only before a contract is awarded to a vendor.[1] This distinguishes provisions from clauses, which apply after contracts are awarded (and possibly before).


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  • The Government Contracts Reference Book: A Comprehensive Guide to the Language of Procurement, Third Edition, Softcover, Ralph C. Nash Jr., Karen R. O'Brien, Steven L. Schooner, Vernon J. Edwards, pages 99 and 466