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bid

1. Commerce
a. a statement by a buyer, in response to an offer by a seller, of the more favourable terms that would be acceptable
b. the price or other terms so stated
2. Bridge
a. the number of tricks a player undertakes to make
b. a player's turn to make a bid

Bid

A complete and properly signed proposal to do all or part of the work for the sum stipulated in the bid; supported by data called for by the bidding requirements.

bid

[bid]
(engineering)
An estimate of costs for specified construction, equipment, or services proposed to a customer company by one or more supplier or contractor companies.

bid

1. An offer to perform the work described in a contract at a specified cost.
2. A complete and properly signed proposal to do the work, 1 or designated portion thereof for the sums stipulated therein, supported by data called for by the bidding requirements.
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It is only when an auction results in a low bid, which is accepted by the local government buyer, and a purchase order is issued that any fees are charged.
STEP 2 - When you know what you'd like to bid, simply text
The BID has retained Atlantic Maintenance and FJC Security, a firm located within the BID, to handle the security patrols.
The extent to which I think BIDs are a good idea--and anyone who read the piece knows that I didn't exactly embrace them--is the extent to which they represent a devolution of urban power.
2) However, these bids came in so late--the last bid came in only four seconds before the end of the auction--that the losing bidders had no time to revise their bids, even if they wanted to.
IronSpire's Bid Management is available immediately as a project extension for all customers of IronSpire JobSite and PrimeSite.
Baize said his comments were misconstrued, and that he merely told TEC employees Belmont is ``an extremely important project,'' and that they shouldn't get involved until we were prepared to make a bid - long after he said he was out of the LAUSD's offices.
He knew the price was too low and submitted the bid for $1 million more and won.
The volume of bids at that price is announced and, in successive rounds, the price is raised until the volume demanded is smaller than the issue.
Dan Biederman, president of the 34th Street Partnership and executive director of the Bryant Park Restoration Corporation, called the announcement "a 180 degree turnaround" from the former administration's stance on BIDs.
I went to help a client with an Air Force bid once worth about $25 million.
Even though told over and over again about our issues and concerns, the city government has allowed Nederlander to operate this city-owned venue for 25 years on a sweetheart deal - without once putting it out to bid - because of political relationships.