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deliverable

The measurable result or output of a process.
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Deliverable 1: Provide one (1) copy of the credentials of the selected survey consultant and a list of project staff for Division review and approval.
The tasks such as review and approval of deliverables across multiple offices and stakeholders are often labour-intensive, requiring large-scale coordination by a team of document controllers.
In this model, payments are made according to a predefined milestone schedule, with payment contingent on receipt and acceptance of deliverables that were defined before the contract was signed.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board's Emerging Issues Task Force (EITF) recently updated guidance regarding recognition of revenue for multiple deliverable arrangements, which is intended to better reflect the underlying economics of such arrangements.
2009-13, "Multiple-Deliverable Revenue Arrangements," to provide updated guidance to vendors in assessing whether they should consider the deliverables in a multiple-deliverable arrangement to be multiple units of accounting or a single unit of accounting.
Inchstones are contractual subtasks with associated tangible deliverables that, if not completely implemented, will directly or indirectly lead to schedule delays and performance shortfalls.
According to the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, a deliverable is ``something that can be done,'' especially ``something that is a realistic expectation.
Do you have the proper rights in existing software or other deliverables that permit the government to modify, in any way, that existing software for this new contracting effort?
Customer deliverables for the proof-of-concept stage include a basic technology review, generic concept samples and a generic concept price quotation.
At a review conference in December 2001, Estonia approved of the work prepared over the past nine months and directed that the project complete it work by ensuring that where necessary deliverables be reviewed, fleshed out, and prepared for ministerial approval.
There are a few reasons that boilerplate is thrown into deliverables.
According to SOP 97-2, revenue arrangements involving multiple deliverables where standard contract accounting isn't applicable should be divided into separate units of accounting.