Procurement Contract definition

Procurement Contract or “Contract” means any written agreement of the Authority for the acquisition of goods or services of any kind in the actual or estimated amount of $15,000, or more.
Procurement Contract means any contract or other agreement for an article of procurement involving an estimated annualized expenditure in excess of fifteen thousand dollars. Grants, article eleven-B state finance law contracts, program contracts between not-for-profit organizations, as defined in article X1-B of the state finance law, and the unified court system, intergovernmental agreements, railroad and utility force accounts, utility relocation project agreements or orders and eminent domain transactions shall not be deemed procurement contracts.
Procurement Contract means any written agreement to which the Authority is a party for the acquisition of Commodities or Services of any kind in the actual or estimated amount of five thousand dollars ($5,000) or more.

Examples of Procurement Contract in a sentence

A Vendor is restricted from making contacts from the earliest notice of intent to solicit offers/bids through final award and approval of the Procurement Contract by OGS and, if applicable, the Office of the State Comptroller (“restricted period”) to other than designated staff unless it is a contact that is included among certain statutory exceptions set forth in State Finance Law §139-j(3)(a).

The attached form is to be completed and submitted by the individual or entity seeking to enter into a Procurement Contract.

In accordance with law, no Procurement Contract shall be awarded to any Offerer that fails to timely disclose accurate or complete information under this section, unless a finding is made that the award of the Procurement Contract to the Offerer is necessary to protect public property or public health safety, and that the Offerer is the only source capable of supplying the required Article of Procurement within the necessary timeframe.

By signing this Contract Extension Agreement, Contractor certifies that: a Government Entity has not made a finding of Non-Responsibility regarding the Contractor in the previous four years; a Government Entity has not terminated or withheld a Procurement Contract with the Contractor due to the intentional provision of false or incomplete information; and all information provided regarding State Finance Law §139-k is complete, true and accurate.

An Offerer/bidder is restricted from making contacts from the earliest notice of intent to solicit offers/bids through final award and approval of the Procurement Contract by OGS and, if applicable, the Office of the State Comptroller (“restricted period”) to other than designated staff unless it is a contact that is included among certain statutory exceptions set forth in State Finance Law§139-j (3) (a).


More Definitions of Procurement Contract

Procurement Contract means a contract between the procuring entity and a supplier or contractor resulting from procurement proceedings;
Procurement Contract means any written agreement signed by the Authority, and any amendment thereto, for the acquisition of Goods, Services, Technology, Electricity, and construction in the actual or estimated amount of five thousand dollars or more.
Procurement Contract means a contract entered into between the procuring entity and a successful bidder concerning the subject matter of procurement;
Procurement Contract means any contract or other agreement, including an amendment, extension, renewal or change order to an existing contract (other than amendments, extensions, renewals, or change orders that are authorized and payable under the terms of the contract as it was finally awarded or approved by the comptroller, as applicable), for an article of procurement involving an estimated annualized expenditure in excess of fifteen thousand dollars. Grants, article eleven-B state finance law contracts, program contracts between not-for-profit organizations, as defined in article eleven-B of this chapter, and the unified court system, intergovernmental agreements, railroad and utility force accounts, utility relocation project
Procurement Contract means any procurement contract entered into by Aron for the purchase of Crude Oil to be processed at the Refinery, which may be either a contract with any seller of Crude Oil (other than the Company or any Affiliate of the Company) or a contract with the Company, or such other contract to the extent the Parties deem such contract to be a Procurement Contract for purposes hereof.
Procurement Contract means a contract or other agreement, including an amendment, extension, renewal, or change order to an existing contract (other than amendments, extensions, renewals, or change orders that are authorized and payable under the terms of the contract as it was finally awarded or approved by the comptroller, as applicable), for an Article of Procurement involving an estimated annualized expenditure of more than $15,000, but does not include:
Procurement Contract means any agreement for the acquisition of goods or services of any kind.