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deliver

v. to actually hand an object, money or document to another.

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If the government provides a specific set of goals they hope to achieve (not firm deliverables) and the contractor provides 60 days notice of the estimate at completion (EAC) of these goals, the parties are most likely to have a successful contractual relationship.
* Implementation of deliverables is not always self-evident on the part of the recipient country and will likely require close coordination with the ODC and country team to monitor progress and, if required, provide additional focused technical assistance.
If you choose to drop your deliverables and focus on facilitating discussions, you, too, could fill this gap.
To end users, the software provides a real-time view of deliverables' state of completion and their dependencies on other deliverables by linking document and process management to create intelligent deliverables that "know" what steps staff must follow throughout life cycles.
Deliverable 2.2: MVIP financial progress report for Q3 2019 in line with donor requirements for
The actual distribution ratio for the Covisint common stock to be distributed per share of Compuware common stock and per RSU will be determined based on the actual number of shares of Compuware common stock outstanding on the record date and shares deliverable under RSUs outstanding on the record date.
The importance of establishing weekly deliverables as distinct, measurable events and documents is another key to alpha contracting success.
The basic thesis of the original tool was also reformatted; it can now be used to evaluate whether or not the deliverables of a project or expense will result in the fulfillment of a predefined learner outcome or strategic goat of the cortege.
wfsDirect's DirectAppend solution matches accurate, deliverable email addresses to corresponding postal names and addresses.
* Deliverable plan/procedure doesn't meet specifications/standards in the contract.
One of the obvious concerns to FMS customers is what will be the technical data cost in its various deliverable format options (paper, CD-ROM or downloaded from a web site)?
With the services model, the item of discussion is the value of a particular deliverable and the costs associated with it.