A framework agreement is an agreement between the buyer and the supplier concerning unser quantified goods and services to be delivered over a specified period of time. The framework does not guarantee that the supplier receives business from the buyer. On the other hand, the contract is an agreement between the two parties that fixes the volume and quantities of goods or services delivered to the buyer. Here, the supplier is guaranteed to deliver its goods to the buyer. This framework agreement is used when the contracting authority needs goods. The terms of the agreement are simply stated that the qualities are not clear.. . . .