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Determine the amount, if any, of Unallowable Costs such as cost plus percentage of cost pricing, charged by First Transit, Inc.
6 percent principally due to less favorable performance and higher unallowable expenses than in the prior year period.
This practice will enhance the advancement of the construction industry in terms of skillful workers, higher expertise of subcontractors and also minimize related unallowable practices to enhance fairness, which also benefits all industry players.
As it is a public interest , everyone must take part if we want to improve prices, and it is unallowable that one person earns at the expense of the other.
8 million in unallowable spending at 24 schools as of July 2014, but that there was ''minimal'' follow-up by federal managers.
Perhaps Greece is the European Union's favorite, as a professor in Macedonia says, and it is allowed to do what it should and should not do but in this case, Brussels' silence is unallowable and to say the least, incorrect.
In the memo, the Players Association informed player agents and players that the NBA "has taken the position that any such exhibition or competition is unallowable and is not approved for player participation under the [collective bargaining agreement], regardless of whether it is incorporated into a 'clinic' or other 'benign-sounding activity,'" according to the writer.
High-Risk Analytics will endeavor to discourage superfluous spending and encourage efficiency by pinpointing unallowable expenses from loans in default passed from servicers to investors.
We must determine if we, Eugene, are part of the world of open commerce or if we wish to pick and choose who's an unallowable threat to our well-being.
That investigation has since been greatly expanded to include allegations ranging from failure to comply with criminal history reviews to possible violations of the National School Lunch Program to spending state funds on unallowable expenses.
These regulatory changes will impact margins on government contracts and will require exact accounting to avoid government assessment of penalties for claiming expressly unallowable costs," he said.
It is the common wisdom of neo-institutional theories that institutions (defined as rule systems) influence what actors do, not only by entailing rules concerning allowable and unallowable actions but also by influencing how actors perceive their preferences (Hall & Taylor 2006; see Bocher & Toller 2012a, pp.