When should an abstract contain a NOTE? Should a NOTE be placed on every single contract?
According to FAR PART 14.402-3 Postponement of openings (is where it states that a NOTE should be placed).
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There is no specific direction as to when one would use a note on an abstract. The logic would be that when an issue arises pertinent to the contracting action for which you are creating the abstract, you would enter the note on the abstract. Then you have a record of action taken and have documented the file appropriately.