CHAPTER 17Key Personnel

A key personnel clause requires that seller use specific individuals in the fulfillment of a contract. The clause will typically specify a key personnel’s level of education and years of experience on the job. The qualifications identify the minimum requirements that a replacement for a key individual identified in the contract must possess. Often a key personnel clause will specify the percentage of time an individual will dedicate to the project covered by the contract, which can be up to 100 percent. Buyer must approve substitutions to key personnel. A standard personnel provision is exemplified in the following paragraph:

The Contractor shall identify key personnel for each of the positions identified below:

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