low bid

low bid

A bid stating the lowest bid price, including selected alternates, and complying with all bidding requirements.
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On Friday, Shafer Contracting of Shafer, Minnesota, submitted the apparent low bid of $24.
He also acknowledged submitting the winning low bid on behalf of an unlicensed subcontractor--actually his employee--and forged her name on an IRS document.
The winning low bid falling by close to five percent in 60 days is conceivable considering the continuing decline in module prices and the dollar exchange rate.
GHALANAI -- Contractors in Mohmand Agency raised concerns over the discrepancies in process of tenders application, sought out in FATA Development Authority (FDA) by alleging that powerful contractors has used their influence to bypass low bid contractors, while briefing journalists in Ghalanai Press club, on Tuesday.
All three were opened a week earlier by selectmen and the bids were taken under advisement for a week to determine if the apparent low bid by Premier Fence met all of the bid requirements.
Wisconsin Constructors LLC has submitted the low bid for Interstate 94 work between College and Howard avenues in Milwaukee west of General Mitchell International Airport.
Low Bid has become the established procurement goal, displacing emphasis on quality and product life cycle
Outdated and overly complex space planning standards for workstations and offices; lack of provision for flexibility to respond to change without disruption or major cost; high workstation panels and many individual offices that can deter teamwork; lack of daylight for those in workstations, due to perimeter offices and high panels; procurement methods for design services based on low bid or turnkey packages; product procurement based on single, outmoded or inappropriate sources, limiting creativity of solution, competitive bidding, and aesthetic considerations; program development based on status quo, limiting creative thinking about functional needs or reevaluation of methods of working.
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.
This project was not the typical low bid job, but rather was procured under an approach known as Construction Manager at Risk.
Armstrong Elevator Company protests the rejection of its low bid as nonresponsive under invitation for bids (IFB) No.