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How are requests that end in purchase orders and requests that end in contracts different?

A request that ends in a purchase order means that the agreed terms and pricing can only be used for a single order with a supplier (the same terms of that single order can be placed through multiple different suppliers, once each, if desired).

A request that ends in a contract means that the terms and pricing that are agreed upon with the supplier(s) will be saved as an ongoing contract with an expiry date, from which multiple purchase orders (also referred to as “release orders” in this scenario) can be created until the contract is completely fulfilled or expires.

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