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This conclusion seemed obvious as simplified acquisition procedures were designed to "(a) reduce administrative costs; (b) improve opportunities for small, small disadvantaged, and women-owned small veteran-owned, HUBZone, and service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns to obtain a lair proportion of Government contracts; (c) promote efficiency and economy in contracting, and (d) avoid unnecessary burdens for agencies and contractors (FAR Part 13.
Therefore, it seems only appropriate that we should focus this special issue of The Information Management Journal on the various aspects that have made privacy a leading business concern today.
Business concerns cited most often in the survey were 1) state of the economy, 2) supply of area homes, 3) level of professionalism among competitors and 4) lack of qualified new client leads.
In support of GSA's expectations, Hyman's contract contains a subcontracting plan which demonstrates the firm's understanding of the small business subcontracting program objectives and reflects their committment to assuring that small, small disadvantaged, and women-owned business concerns are provided maximum practicable opportunity to participate as subcontractors in the construction of the new courthouse.
McIntosh notes that tax incentives become a major consideration only after other business concerns are met.
This change implements Section 801 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2004, and is intended to ensure that decisions regarding consolidation of contract requirements are made with a view toward providing maximum practicable opportunity for small business concerns to participate in DoD procurements.
Also deletes text addressing the participation of small disadvantaged business concerns in leader company contracting.
Interested parties should refer to the disclosure concerning the operational and business concerns of the Company set forth in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Chizzini adds that this year's conference also provided an important opportunity for network members to discuss business concerns and market demands, as well as ways to increase business opportunities and the quality of transferee services to the individuals and corporations they represent.
and Left No Forwarding Address, Taking Your Business to the Next Level," Hank Moore will present cutting-edge ideas for creating, implementing and sustaining corporate growth while covering corporate business concerns such as ethics and corporate responsibility, diversity in the workplace and crisis management and preparedness.
The Municipal Solid Waste Exemption provides protection from CERCLA liability for the following generators of municipal waste: Owners, operators, or lessees of residential property from which the municipal solid waste was generated or businesses that employ on average not more than 100 full-time individuals and that are small business concerns during the three taxable years preceding the date of notification of potential liability under CERCLA or organizations exempt from tax during the taxable year preceding the date of notification of potential liability that employed not more than 100 paid individuals at the location which generated the municipal solid waste.
COSE, the small business arm of the Greater Cleveland Partnership, serves as a one-stop resource for its members by providing: group-purchasing programs that reduce the cost of doing business; education and development programs for small- and mid-sized businesses; advocacy on legislative and regulatory issues affecting the business community; a wide range of resources focused on helping firms grow; and economic development partners that can address business concerns.
Proposes to add a DFARS clause on patent rights under contracts awarded to large business concerns for experimental, developmental, or research work.
Established in 1966, Nabity-Perry Insurance offers a variety of commercial and personal lines, bond, life and health insurance products and serves about 5,000 individuals and families and the insurance needs of more than 1,000 business concerns in Omaha, Bennington, Elkhorn and surrounding areas.
Paul Agency offers a variety of commercial and personal lines, bond, life and health insurance products and serves over 3,500 individuals, families and business concerns in Metropolitan Minneapolis and St.
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