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The Government is engaging in a competitive bid process with proponents in close consultation with key health stakeholders, including Metro North Hospital and Health Service, to ensure future strategic health needs are considered, he said.
Proponents will be allowed to submit questions in writing and to ask questions during the Pre-proposal Conference.
An original proponent status gives a firm a big advantage should the project be auctioned off under a Swiss challenge, a type of bidding process that allows rivals to submit competing offers.
The DDACM, as the ALT workforce proponent and single point of contact on all matters pertaining to DAWIA implementation, is responsible for developing and approving all Army policies and procedures established to implement DAWIA.
Nevertheless, ID proponents have deployed across the nation arguing that we should "teach the controversy" over evolution by allowing ID-style "scientific" critiques into classrooms.
Although the decision immediately prompted voucher proponents in Colorado and Illinois to vow that they would now try to establish programs, pundits note there are many legal hurdles to be overcome before districts start dealing with vouchers.
The right of the personal representative or proponent of a will to attorneys' fees and costs for offering a will for probate if probate is denied or revoked is subject to three conditions: 1) the will must be "in due form"; 2) the fee arrangement between the personal representative (or other proponent) and the attorney cannot be a contingent one; and 3) the personal representative (or other proponent) must act "in good faith" in offering the will for probate.
5 In case the proponent has an existing agreement with IOM, the proponents shall not be asked to sign an agreement that would be in conflict with their prior or current obligations to other IOM projects or that may place them in a position of not being able to carry out the responsibilities in the best interest of the IOM.
Mobley's study of Helen Barrett Montgomery, a Rochester New York social reformer, committed Baptist and proponent of women's missionary work in the late nineteenth century, asks if the Social Gospel movement should be redefined to include her gender-based theology which assumed women should be emancipated both in the United States and internationally.
Although the proponent, Algoma Mill Works, has not yet disclosed the location of the plant, the possibility of 300 new jobs is being heralded by Blind River Mayor Bob Gallagher as the biggest news for his economically stagnant community in more than a decade.
No one - opponent or proponent - knows for sure what will happen.
The Proponent shall provide Comprehensive Transportation Planning Services for Clayton County, Georgia as specified in this RFP and Attachment A: Scope of Services (SOS), attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference.
The Bush administration is a strong proponent of charter schools.
In his role as an ID proponent, he claims that biological structures such as bacterial flagella are "irreducibly complex," meaning that their parts could not have been assembled over time by natural selection and that the absence of one part would by definition make the entire structure nonfunctional.