Tue Nov 9, 2021
ACRONYMS, INITIALISMS, AND DEFINITIONS—OH MY! The Importance Of Understanding Each Other
Author: Ralph C. Nash, Professor Emeritus of Law, The George Washington University
Contributing Authors: Vernon J. Edwards and James F. Nagle
Most of the articles in the Nash and Cibinic Report deal with sophisticated, cutting edge issues, such as the latest trends in source selection or a current nuance in contract types. In this article we address a very old and fundamental issue—the need for each contracting party to understand what the other is talki ng about, and the effects acronyms, initialisms, and definition submissions may have on a submitted bid.
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Reprinted with permission from The Nash & Cibinic Report , Volume 35, Issue 11, K2021 Thomson Reuters. Further reproduction without permission of the publisher is prohibited. For additional information about this publication, please visit https://legal.thomsonreuters. com/ .