Mandatory definition

Mandatory or “(M)” shall mean the Vendor must comply with the requirement, and the Response will be evaluated on a pass/fail basis.
Mandatory means the terms "must", "shall", "will" and "required" identify a required item or factor. Failure to meet a mandatory item or factor will result in rejection of an Offeror’s proposal.
Mandatory means required as opposed to “desirable.” The terms “must,” “shall,” “will,” “is required” and “are required” are used to identify a mandatory item or factor. Failure to meet a mandatory item or factor will result in the rejection of the Offeror’s proposal.

Examples of Mandatory in a sentence

Mandatory job rotation will help prevent collusion between people who have the same motive to commit fraud (Giles, 2012).

Mandatory attendance at the General Body Meetings may be waived by the President of Indiana Model United Nations should a member of the organization have a competing obligation that is mandated and cannot be rescheduled – e.g. a University Course, a position of employment, religious observances, etc.

Fanto, The Absence of Cross- Cultural Communication: SEC Mandatory Disclo- sure and Foreign Corporate Governance, 17 Nw J Intl L & Bus 119, 158-70 (1996).

For instances where Verizon grooms its network and such grooming impacts a Mandatory Route, Verizon will work with Customer to determine a new Mandatory Route and if that is not possible, Customer may terminate the circuit without any termination fee(s) within 60 days.

Subject to realization of cheque and furnishing of Mandatory Information.


More Definitions of Mandatory

Mandatory means the terms “must”, “shall”, “will”, “is required”, or “are required”, identify a mandatory item or factor. Failure to meet a mandatory item or factor may result in the rejection of the Offerors proposal, without exception.
Mandatory means requirements that are imperative and must be met in order for the Submission to receive consideration.
Mandatory or “(M)” shall mean the Vendor must comply with the requirement, the Vendor must provide an affirmative indication within its Response that the Vendor has read, understands, and intends to comply with the requirement, and the Response will be evaluated on a pass/fail basis.
Mandatory means that something is obligatory or required because of an authority.
Mandatory means obligatory or required. The terms “must”, “shall”, “will”, “is required”, or “are required”, identify a mandatory (as opposed to “desirable”) item or factor. Failure to meet a mandatory item or factor will result in the Offeror’s proposal being deemed non-responsive, and it will not be accepted.
Mandatory means the terms "must", "shall", "will", "is required", or "are required", identify a mandatory item or factor (as opposed to “desirable”). The Evaluation Committee reserves the right to waive mandatory requirements when all or the majority of the otherwise responsive proposals failed to meet the mandatory requirements and/or doing so does not otherwise materially affect the procurement. This right is at the sole discretion of the Evaluation Committee.
Mandatory means an essential requirement.