Requirements for direct contracting, Other Management

Requirements for direct contracting 

Let us now look at the requirements for direct contracting: 

  •   The requirement of direct contracting should be such that it can be justified on economic grounds. 
  •   No purpose would be served by inviting quotations as comparison is not possible. 
  •   Avoid losses in operation of a production unit or a project by making the equipment or material available. 
  •   Non-availability of a competitive market. 
  •   Existing Cooperative agreement between the parties involved.  
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