What Is a Call off Contract?

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A call off contract refers to one that is made following a formal tendering process with one or more contractors, suppliers or service providers for a defined range of works, goods or services. It covers terms, conditions and including price which users 'call off' to meet their requirements. Call-off contracts usually specify an agreed quantity to be purchased in a specified period.
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