Master Vendor Agreement - 2021
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This master vendor agreement (also referred to as a supplier agreement) sets out the principal terms between a DMC and its vendor for goods and/or services to be provided by the vendor for a program managed and operated by the DMC.
Because DMCs and their vendors typically work together numerous times over the course of years on different programs, this vendor agreement is intended to serve as a master vendor agreement.