Call- off number:
more detailed descriptions of alternative opportunities offered by the Framework Agreement may be
provided, for example the location of the service’s performance, working hours, the form and points
in time for reporting, pricing, professional skills, etc.
Excluding or changing part(s) of the terms laid down in the Framework Agreement is not allowed. It is
only possible to specify items in detail in terms of the scope of particular call-offs. This is because the
terms have been laid down in the Framework Agreement and may not be changed at a later point in
3. Completion of assignments
In the event that the work is run as a project, describe the project model here.
3.1 Time schedule
(State the time schedule required by the Party making the call-off)
The Supplier must complete the call-off in accordance with the time schedule provided in this Supply
Agreement. In order for a time schedule to be valid, it must have been confirmed in writing by both
the Supplier and the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority.
In the event of a change to the assignment, the time schedule must be adapted to the extent
required considering the nature and scope of such change.
A Party must immediately notify the other Party about a circumstance affecting the time schedule.
3.2 Agreed supply date
The “Agreed Supply Date” is the date when the assignment must comply with such agreed supply
date. (The agreed supply date is...)
The Authority shall state an agreed supply date in order to be able to apply the fine clause contained
in the Framework Agreement. Always state a business day as an agreed supply date.
3.3 Approval of the assignment
The supplied assignment is only finalised when the Authority has given its approval.
When applicable, the Authority is to describe how the assignment will be approved by the Authority.
If the parties have not concluded an agreement concerning the approval of the assignment, this term
will be excluded.