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(1) The contract must require the Government to order and the contractor to furnish at least a stated minimum quantity of supplies or services.In addition, if ordered, the contractor must furnish any additional quantities, not to exceed the stated maximum.(c) repair, modification, or overhaul) on existing items of Government property, the contracting officer shall specify in the Schedule that failure of the Government to furnish such items in the amounts or quantities described in the Schedule as “estimated” or “maximum” will not entitle the contractor to any equitable adjustment in price under the Government Property clause of the contract.
“Task-order contract” means a contract for services that does not procure or specify a firm quantity of services (other than a minimum or maximum quantity) and that provides for the issuance of orders for the performance of tasks during the period of the contract. (3) Indefinite-quantity contracts limit the Government’s obligation to the minimum quantity specified in the contract.
(i) Except for indefinite-quantity contracts for advisory and assistance services as provided in paragraph (c)(2) of this section, the contracting officer must, to the maximum extent practicable, give preference to making multiple awards of indefinite-quantity contracts under a single solicitation for the same or similar supplies or services to two or more sources.
(ii)(A) The contracting officer must determine whether multiple awards are appropriate as part of acquisition planning.
The contracting officer should use an indefinite-quantity contract only when a recurring need is anticipated.
(c) Multiple award preference— (1) Planning the acquisition.