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the act of getting possession of something

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The common thread is that the investors (vested interest) would like to benefit from the high tariff for the one last time before competitive bidding, which will result in lesser prices, probably tightening profit margins.
After December 12, it is not the responsibility of government to purchase electricity from the renewable energy projects, with upfront tariff or with previous arrangements, that have not signed Implementation Agreement (IA) with the government and they have to get the contract through competitive bidding, announced the federal minister for power , Awais Laghari in a press conference here.
We have to produce inexpensive electricity to facilitate consumers, for which power generation through renewable energy resources like wind, solar, biogas and small hydel plants will be carried under an open competitive bidding process,' he said.
The conducting of open competitive bidding for power supply contracts will open the generation sector to more truly independent power players, both local and foreign as called for by President (Rodrigo) Duterte,' ABP Secretary-General Aya Jallorina said.
Like most HME/DME providers, we don't believe that competitive bidding will be good for the industry or the patients they serve, but for now it's reality," said Jeff Johnston, co-owner of Definitive Homecare.
CMS is announcing the next steps to implement the DMEPOS Competitive Bidding Program now to give the supplier community ample time to prepare as well as inform other stakeholders," said Charlene Frizzera, CMS acting administrator.
Competitive bidding could reduce Medicare program payments by providing an incentive for suppliers to accept lower payments for items and services to retain their ability to serve beneficiaries and potentially increase their market share.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that the site for the first of two competitive bidding demonstration projects, scheduled to run for three years each, would be the San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marco Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) in California.
Due to multiple bidders and the competitive bidding process, the team was able to save an estimated $2.
The approval, which reverses a decade-old city policy that awarded bond underwriting through competitive bidding, comes despite concerns it could cost the city more money.
Caplan's report also supports the competitive bidding process with some changes.
In a strong market like today, where numerous buyers are vying for fewer properties, co-broking is the best process for securing the highest price for a property by opening it up to competitive bidding.
In order to assess your organization's desired approach, you must understand the differences between competitive bidding and strategic alliances.
Awarded via competitive bidding, the tires will be delivered to the postal service's vehicle maintenance facilities nationwide by local General Tire dealers in each area.
The statutes in question barred accountants from engaging in uninvited, in-person, direct solicitation of clients and prohibited competitive bidding by CPAs.
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