single contract

single contract

A contract for construction of a project under which a single prime contractor is responsible for all of the work, 1.
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The service helped Luxoft to improve voice communication quality both inside the company and with their customers, while cutting international voice costs through a single contract.
The purpose of this contract is to provide a single contract for the supply and transmission of electricity to supply the delivery points of installations with a power of more than 36 kva from the contracting authority listed in annex 1 to this ccatp .
Earthport enables clients to access payments to over 60 countries globally, through a single contract, technical integration and service relationship.
The pilots of US Airways and America West Airlines have said that, nearly two years after the new US Airways (NYSE: LCC) was created by the merger of the former US Airways and America West, they want to see a fair, single contract.
In light of available safeguards, a review of past reform efforts suggests that mandating a single contract type is not better than matching the unique circumstances of a weapon program with an appropriate contract type.
It is the largest single contract ever awarded to American Cargo.
Our deal is the largest single contract for those related to The Palm Jumeirah Island.
The design build method of project delivery embraces architecture, engineering and construction services under a single contract, thereby reintegrating the roles of designer and constructor.
If there are multiple contracts, a receiver can "cherry-pick"-affirming the most profitable contracts and rejecting the less profitable ones--whereas a single contract presents the receiver with an all-or nothing situation.
101 definition, bundling is the "consolidation of two or more requirements for supplies or services, previously provided or performed under separate smaller contracts, into a solicitation for a single contract that is likely to be unsuitable for award to a small business concern due to: (i) the diversity, size, or specialized nature of the elements of the performance specified; (ii) the aggregate dollar value of the anticipated award; (iii) the geographic dispersion of the contract performance sites; or (iv) any combination of the factors described in (1)(i), (ii), and (iii).
With potential revenues exceeding $300 million, this represents the largest single contract secured by Doncasters in its 226-yr.
The deal is thought to be the biggest single contract in Reed's scientific, technical and medical publishing division, reports The Telegraph.