A summary is usually a one-sided structure of a longer memo, business plan, press release, legal agreement, or important document. The summary should concisely communicate the why, what and how of the problem for a busy leader who does not have time to deal with the details. You should assume that although the reader is interested in the topic and understands the broader concepts, he is not familiar with the details. As a general rule, the reader should be able to intelligently discuss the topic after reading the summary. The instructions for completing the contract summary template in Part B of the Schedule contain that the contract summary is dated. The Regulation does not contain any other rules relating to the date. The date may therefore reflect the date of the last version or the date on which it was made available to the end user. . .

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