Potential Changes due to the External Environment

The contract between the institution and the service provider should be written to encompass the institution's requirements at the time the contract is formed. Over time, the institution's needs may change due to changes in regulation, the economic environment, competition, and other factors outside the contract. Although the contract should provide for flexibility to meet those changing needs, the institution should monitor for changes and update its contract accordingly.


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