Estimated Value of BPA Sample Clauses

Estimated Value of BPA. Agencies for which we have received estimates Agency Estimated Annual Agency Requirements General Services Administration $ 18,000,000.00 Department of Defense $ 10,000,000.00 Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation $ 3,600,000.00 Nuclear Regulatory Commission $ 1,000,000.00 Department of Homeland Security $ 150,000.00 Based on FPDS data research and the table above, we have estimated the value of this BPA to be approximately $60 million per year.
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Estimated Value of BPA. The Government estimates, but does not guarantee, the volume of purchases to be potentially ordered under the BPA. The Government is obligated only to the extent of the Orders issued and there is no guaranteed minimum order quantity or dollar amount. Approximate Purchase Limits: Individual Order Limit: $750,000.00 Master BPA Limit: $5,000,000.00 estimated over the five (5) year period of performance.
Estimated Value of BPA. The total estimated value of the BPAs is $503.7 Million. There is no guaranteed minimum or maximum award amount.

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