NEC4: Term Service Contract

The NEC4 Term Service Contract (TSC) is intended to be used for the appointment of a supplier for a period of time to manage and provide a service. The NEC4 suite of contracts helps to streamline processes, reduce the potential for problems and promotes the best practice in the procurement of services.

The NEC4 Term Service Short Contract is also available for more straight-forward projects, alongside support documents, including guidance notes and flow charts, which have been written to help users improve both the setting up and management of the Term Service Contract.
 

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NEC4: Term Service Contract

NEC4: Term Service Contract

The NEC4 Term Service Contract (TSC) is intended to be used for the appointment of a supplier for a period of time to manage and provide a service.

TSC

NEC4: Term Service Contract Bundle

NEC4: Term Service Contract Bundle

The NEC4 Term Service Contract (TSC) is intended to be used for the appointment of a supplier for a period of time to manage and provide a service.

TSC

NEC4: Term Service Short Contract

NEC4: Term Service Short Contract

The NEC4 Term Service Short Contract (TSSC) should be used for the appointment of a supplier for a period of time to manage and provide a service which do not require sophisticated management techniques.

TSSC

NEC4: Term Service Subcontract

NEC4: Term Service Subcontract

This contract should be used for the appointment of a subcontractor for a period of time to manage and provide a service where the contractor has been appointed under an NEC4 main contract.

TSS

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