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release order

Comparative law notes


a "release order" is a purchase order that enjoys a discount because it is associated with a contract. After a contract is approved and users have access to create releases against it, then they create standard requisitions for items, goods, or services. Once approved, the orders are considered release orders: In other words, these are purchase orders that have the benefit of an associated contract.