A letter of award is a letter that is sent to notify somebody that they have been awarded something – usually of monetary gain – such as a business contract or a social benefit from the Government.
This type of letter is very common in auction situations, where multiple parties are bidding on the same job. For example, if a company was taking bids on contactors to expand their factory, they would send a letter of award to the contractor they chose to complete the job.
Essential information to include in a contractor letter of award is the date the contractor submitted tender or interest, the monetary value of the contract, the date from which it’s valid, and detailed information on the work required.
With Social Security, when a claimant has been assessed and deemed eligible for payments, they will receive a letter of award detailing how much they will get and when.
Robert L. Wall
285 Valley Street
Camden, NJ 08102
Dugman consulting accepts your tender dated July 5th, 2009, named: agreement for refurbishment of steel plant, contract #564232.
The fee received shall be $500,000 plus any overtime required by your workers, as per our previous negotiations.
The final contract is to be signed on or before July 29th, 2009 for this award to be valid. Otherwise, it will be considered null and void.
I would like to thank you for your interest in the Apartment Block construction project which we received on January 03, 2012.
On behalf of Bridgton Construction I am pleased to award you the contract for the following work (find specifications and obligations attached).
We will award a fee of $3.2 million, which we deem to include the cost of all construction work required for prompt and satisfactory completion.
Possession of the site will be handed over to you on April 12, 2013, which is the date from which the contract is valid.
Mr. Gregory Talbot is entitled to disability payments on a monthly basis, commencing April 2011.
While our assessment determined that you became disabled in November, 2010, claimants are only eligible for benefit payments after 5 months from the determined date of disability. You will however be back paid for those months.
– You will receive $1,000 on April 12, 2011, covering November 2010 through April 2011.
– Starting May 12, you will receive $200 every month thereafter.
These payments will be made in to the account noted on your application.
Social Security Administration – Disability Department