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sourcing

[′sȯrs·iŋ]
(electronics)
Redesign or the modification of existing equipment to eliminate a source of radio-frequency interference.
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In an attempt to overcome the perceived obstacle of destination-based sourcing for intrastate sales, Utah (on behalf of Texas) submitted a proposal to the SST Governing Board to amend the SSUTA to give member states the option of sourcing local sales taxes under their own state laws.
The general residence-based source rules apply for purposes of sourcing income from the sale or production of property in space or on international waters, with the following additions and modifications.
The borderless nature of e-tailing presents a substantial challenge to the sourcing rule regime based on physical geographic links to a jurisdiction, so as to fit income into an existing category.
Treasury Regulations Support Consistent Sourcing of Stock Gains and Losses.
3 release contains many new features, three major enhancements address the above mentioned trends and provide significant value for sourcing organizations focused on improving their sourcing processes, increasing visibility, and leveraging best-in-class tools for supply management:
Verticalnet is very pleased that The Sourcing Authority has placed its confidence in our company and our on-demand XE Supply Management solutions," said Brent Habig, Executive Vice President Professional Services and Channels for Verticalnet.
Verticalnet's Advanced Sourcing Solution has been honed by more than seven years of leading strategic sourcing initiatives with the Fortune 500 that included over 300 custom advanced sourcing projects.
Verticalnet's Advanced Sourcing Category Solutions offer a combination of strategic sourcing services and technology tailored to the challenges faced when sourcing complex, strategically important categories.
The Verticalnet XE suite was designed to meet the real-world needs of sourcing professionals," said James Wetekamp, Verticalnet's Vice President of Product Management.
The sourcing management audience at XPORTA's Global Sourcing Workshop in Pittsburgh tomorrow will be comprised of leaders from Alcoa, Fisher Scientific, International Truck and Engine Corporation, Motorola, and Rockwell International.
According to the report, "strategic sourcing applications have traditionally focused on structured negotiation, but this is changing as functionality broadens and users seek more-integrated, more complete solutions.