contingency


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  • noun

Synonyms for contingency

Synonyms for contingency

something that may occur or be done

Synonyms for contingency

a possible event or occurrence or result

the state of being contingent on something

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The Contingency Operations Branch resides within the Program and Budget Analysis Division (PBAD) of the 18 Directorate.
It was recognized that there were some extraordinary things that came into play with Medicaid and Medicare [lien regulations], and sometimes the [original contingency fee] lawyer is in over his head, and there are professionals who do that sort of thing," Alpizar said.
The 2013 FNH USA Contingency Program will allow shooting sports enthusiasts competing in approved matches the opportunity to earn reward credits toward the purchase of any new FN firearm or accessory at retail value.
First, contingency contracting is much broader in scope than Major Theater War (MTW).
Historically, contingency recruiters have charged from 15% to 35%.
A contingency plan helps to minimise the adverse effects of sudden closure or disruption, so that in the event of an emergency, appropriate plans can be implemented quickly and efficiently to restore service as soon as possible.
She said: "The UK holds contingency funding for contingencies.
DOD is revising and developing new joint policies in each of four areas required-- requirements definition, contingency program management, contingency contracting, and training for personnel outside the acquisition workforce; however, these policies were not finalized by April 2008 as required by the John Warner National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2007.
I would like to address some inaccuracies in your article titled 'Contingency Redux,' most notably the suggestion that RIMS has not taken a strong position against contingency fees.
A special Olympic Contingency Program has been developed specifically for teams and qualifying athletes.
The desire for a contract with a mortgage contingency, where the purchase is dependent upon the buyer obtaining financing, is not new, but the request is now more commonplace, and that pool now includes qualified buyers who in the past did not need this added security measure.
The high performers fared least well when individual improvement was primary in the cooperative contingency but had a much higher success rate under the other two contingencies.
Have you thought through every situation and have contingency plans in place?
10105 Media (Chatsworth, CA), a company formed earlier this year by Neal Vitale, Nautic Partners (Providence, RI) and Alta Communications (Boston, MA) and the parent of 101communications (Chatsworth, CA) and Stevens Publishing (Dallas, TX), has agreed to acquire Contingency Planning and Management Group (CPM; Lambertville, NJ), a company that provides information and coverage of the contingency planning industry through a range of media products, from MCG Capital Corp.