Re: previous or incumbent?
At 01:30 PM 12/1/2006, Susan Hogarth wrote:
>When B is talking about how it will deal with A after the contract is
>awarded to B, does B refer to A as the 'incumbent' or the 'previous'
>contractor? For instance: "We (B) will communicate rapidly with the
>[incumbent/previous] contractor as soon as the contract is awarded to
Why not just say "We (B) will communicate rapidly with Company A as
soon as the contract is awarded to us."
That way there is no confusion or possibility of misunderstanding.
Hehe. I knew there was somethign obvious I was missing. That's what I
meant baout Friday :-)
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