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Title 48 Part 502

Title 48 → Chapter 5 → Subchapter A → Part 502

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Title 48 Part 502

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Title 48Chapter 5Subchapter A → Part 502


Title 48: Federal Acquisition Regulations System


PART 502—DEFINITIONS OF WORDS AND TERMS


Contents

Subpart 502.1—Definitions

502.101   Definitions.

Authority: 40 U.S.C. 121(c).

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Subpart 502.1—Definitions

502.101   Definitions.

Commercial supplier agreements means terms and conditions customarily offered to the public by vendors of supplies or services that meet the definition of “commercial item” set forth in FAR 2.101 and intended to create a binding legal obligation on the end user. Commercial supplier agreements are particularly common in information technology acquisitions, including acquisitions of commercial computer software and commercial technical data, but they may apply to any supply or service. The term applies—

(a) Regardless of the format or style of the document. For example, a commercial supplier agreement may be styled as standard terms of sale or lease, Terms of Service (TOS), End User License Agreement (EULA), or another similar legal instrument or agreement, and may be presented as part of a proposal or quotation responding to a solicitation for a contract or order;

(b) Regardless of the media or delivery mechanism used. For example, a commercial supplier agreement may be presented as one or more paper documents or may appear on a computer or other electronic device screen during a purchase, software installation, other product delivery, registration for a service, or another transaction.

[83 FR 7633, Feb. 22, 2018]

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