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Contingency

When pricing, you may wish to apply a contingency to allow for cost variations.

This would apply, for example, where the cost of a raw material may vary significantly during the contract duration,  where there is uncertainty in the project scope or where external factors such as weather could impact on delivery.

Make sure the buyer is aware of why the contingency is being added as this will help show that you understand the project risks.