Addendum / Addenda definition

Addendum / Addenda means a change, or addition, or correction significant enough to be formally made to this RFP. Addenda are posted on the City websites.
Addendum / Addenda means a written document issued by the Contracting Officer during the solicitation period involving changes to the solicitation documents which shall be considered and made a part of the solicitation documents and resulting contract.

Examples of Addendum / Addenda in a sentence

  • It is Applicant's responsibility to check the HHS Grants RFA website or contact the Sole Point of Contact for a copy of the Addendum/Addenda with the amended answers.

  • The "TENDER DOCUMENTS" shall consist of Short Tender Notice, General Instructions to the Tender, General Conditions of Contract, Special Conditions of Contract, Specifications, Drawings, Time Schedule Tender Form, Performa or Agreement Form Schedule of Rates, and Addendum/Addenda to Tender Documents.


More Definitions of Addendum / Addenda

Addendum / Addenda means written clarification(s) or revision(s) to this RFP issued by the Owner.
Addendum / Addenda means a change, or addition, or correction significant enough to be formally made to this RFQ within the competitive time-period. Addendums are posted on the City’s website and or on BC Bid’s website.
Addendum / Addenda means any written amendment or addenda to this RFP, from time to time issued by ITPO to the Bidders.
Addendum / Addenda means a change, or addition, or correction significant enough to be formally
Addendum / Addenda means written documents issued by the Board, which modify the RFP by additions, deletions, clarifications, or corrections.