Future agreements will have to set out the differences from the contract and may only require one order. MSAs are common in information technology, union negotiations, government contracts, and long-term customer/supplier relations. They may concern a vast territory such as a country or a state, with conditions partially negotiated at the local level. One of the most typical types of contractual agreements used in permanent relationships or in situations in which a company has to work on projects or projects with another company is the Master Service Agreement. This is not a surprise, as they are practicable compared to the more traditional project-specific contract. Indeed, Master Service Agreements are designed to be included in project-specific contracts, which are complements or specifications to the contract itself and which, as such, allow simultaneous execution with or after the MSA. The purpose of a service framework contract is to speed up the contracting process.