These excerpts taken from the GPS 10-Q filed Jun 9, 2009.
1.105 New Services
New Services shall mean those services that are materially different in purpose from, and in addition to, the Services. All New Services require Gap Approval.
3.21 New Services
A. New Services Proposal
If Gap requests that Supplier perform any New Services, Supplier shall promptly prepare a New Services proposal for Gaps consideration. Supplier shall prepare New Services proposals at no additional charge to Gap and shall deliver such proposal to Gap within a timeframe that is reasonable based on the nature and scope of the proposed New Services and, in event the proposed New Services are being competitively bid, in compliance with the competitive bidding requirements. A New Services proposal shall include, among other things, (i) a reasonably detailed project plan and a price estimate for the New Service; (ii) a reasonably detailed breakdown of such price or estimate, (iii) a reasonably detailed description of the service levels to be associated with such New Service; (iv) a schedule for commencing and completing the New Service; (v) a description of the new hardware or software to be provided by Supplier in connection with the New Service; (vi) a description of the software, hardware and other resources, including Resource Unit utilization, necessary to provide the New Service; and (vii) additional facilities, hardware, software or labor resources to be provided by Gap in connection with the proposed New Services. If Gap accepts Suppliers proposal, the Parties will negotiate a mutually agreed to Statement of Work. Upon execution of the applicable Statement of Work, the scope of the Services included in the Charges will be expanded and this Agreement will be modified to include such New Services. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary, the pricing proposed by Supplier shall be reasonable and shall be no less favorable to Gap than the pricing and labor rates set forth herein for the same or substantially similar resources in the same country and shall take into account the existing and future volume of business between Gap and Supplier. All New Services must be Approved by Gaps Chief Information Officer in accordance with Section 6.1 (Gap Approval).
Gap Confidential and Proprietary Information
B. Competing Bids
Gap may elect to solicit and receive bids from third parties to perform any New Services; provided, however, that Gap shall not disclose any Confidential and Proprietary Information provided by Supplier to Gap in any proposal for New Services. If Gap elects to use third parties to perform New Services, (i) such New Services shall not be deemed Services under the provisions of this Agreement and (ii) Supplier shall cooperate with such third parties as provided in Section 9 (Strategic Relationship Management).
C. New Sourcing Lines
In the event Gap elects to utilize Supplier to provide a new line of sourcing services (e.g., logistics and supply chain management, supply chain applications, and human resources support) (individually and collectively referred to as New Sourcing Line(s)), such services will be treated as New Services under this Agreement, provided that each New Sourcing Line will include in the proposal a unique Exhibit C (Fees and Resource Baselines); Statement(s) of Work; Service Level Agreement attachments, and as applicable, supporting exhibits. To the extent any provisions of this Agreement are deemed by the Parties to be inapplicable to such New Sourcing Line(s) or it is agreed that new provisions are required, such modifications will be addressed through an amendment to this Agreement, unless the Parties otherwise agree that a stand alone agreement that leverages the terms agreed to herein as applicable will facilitate the provision or management of the services.