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NEC3: Term Service Short Contract Guidance Notes and Flow Charts

NEC3: Term Service Short Contract Guidance Notes and Flow Charts
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These guidance notes explain the provisions of the Term Service Short Contract when it is used for a simple, low risk contract. The flow charts show the procedural logic on which the TSSC is based and are published in this volume for reference. 
Construction Clients' Board endorsement of NEC3
The Construction Clients' Board (formerly Public Sector Clients' Forum) recommends that public sector organisations use the NEC3 contracts when procuring construction.
Standardising use of this comprehensive suite of contracts should help to deliver efficiencies across the public sector and promote behaviours in line with the principles of Achieving Excellence in Construction.
Facilities Management Board support for the NEC3 Term Service Contracts 
The Facilities Management Board of the Cabinet Office UK recognises that the NEC3 Term Services Contracts support good practice in FM Procurement in the public sector.
BIFM supports the NEC3 Term Service Contracts.

Copyright Policy
Users should note that the NEC Forms of Contract are protected by copyright and may not be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical or photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the copyright owner. However, Contract Data forms may be reproduced for the purpose of obtaining tenders, awarding and administering contracts.

Likewise, plagiarising any copyrighted document is illegal. For users seeking to prepare their own bespoke contracts based on the NEC Forms of Contract, please contact NEC at to discuss and obtain a copyright licence. 
When to use the TSSC
The TSSC package
• Stage A: How an Employer invites tenders for a job 2 
• Stage B: How a tenderer makes an offer 4 
• Stage C: How a contract is made 5
Notes on the clauses 

Joining subcontract disputes with main contract disputes
• Examples Stage A: How an Employer invites tenders for a job 
• A1 Title page 
• A2 Contract Data 
• Stage B: How a tenderer makes an offer 
• B1 The Contractor’s Offer 
• Stage C: How a contract is made 
• C1 The Employer’s Acceptance 
• C2 Title page 
• C3 Contract Data 
Multi-party partnering 
Flow charts


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