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the law enforcement agency of the Justice Department that operates a nationwide system of prisons and detention facilities to incarcerate inmates sentenced to imprisonment for federal crimes

an early form of modern jazz (originating around 1940)

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Available coverage includes Businessowners Policy (BOP) Property and General Liability as well as Professional Liability.
NYSE AMEX: COVR), a Delaware corporation and provider of the Cover-All family of insurance software solutions for the property and casualty (P&C) insurance marketplace, today announced the release of their latest addition to its NexGen products offering - NexGen BOP - which supports the full policy lifecycle of ISO's Businessowners Policy (BOP) line of business.
In 16 states and the District of Columbia, independent agents and brokers now can go online and quote complex package operations (commercial property and general liability insurance combined) with the same ease as writing a Safeco Businessowners Policy (BOP).
The update means agents can go online to quote, bind and instantly issue all of the coverages that small-business owners most frequently purchase -- including their businessowners policy (BOP), BOP umbrella, non-fleet commercial auto and workers' compensation policies.
Great Central, through an exclusive agreement with IWA, offers its specialized fabricare Businessowners Policy along with Commercial Automobile, Umbrella and a Safety Group Workers Compensation dividend program to association members.
Safeco accepts both monoline commercial auto policies and policies written along with a Safeco businessowners policy (BOP) or commercial multiperil (CMP) package.
Topics examined in the Guide videos include general liability, businessowners policy, farm coverage and builder's risk, with more set to be released.
Using ISO's Commercial Package forms as its base, OnePac starts broadly -- like a businessowners policy -- but can be customized by removing coverages and changing limits.