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bidder

One who submits a bid for a prime contract with the owner, as distinct from a subbidder who submits a bid to a prime bidder. A bidder is not a contractor on a specific project until a contract exists between him and the owner.
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We compute the sales-based (asset-based) weights as the ratio of annual segment sales (assets) for each distinct line of business defined at 2-digit SIC code divided by the total sales (assets) of the bidder firm in that year.
The successful bidder of Cholistan block was SPEC who offered 270 WU, following by OGDCL who offered 105 WU.
- bank certificate on financial position of the bidder in the last one year
RAWALPINDI -- The Rawalpindi Cantonment Board (RCB) on Friday failed to complete the process of auction of hoarding and LED advertisement screens in different sites for want of the bidders interest.
Straight Path has notified AT&T of the Straight Path board's determination and, pursuant to the AT&T Merger Agreement, AT&T has the option for the next five business days to negotiate a possible amendment of that agreement to match or exceed the bidder's offer.
In 2003, Chang and Chang [2] presented an efficient anonymous auction protocol based on deniable authentication which can achieve the bidder anonymity.
(NASDAQ: MHGC) has received a letter reconfirming the interest of "Bidder V" in pursuing an acquisition of the common stock of Morgans for USD 2.75 per share, the company said.
West of Alice Road bridge deck rehab, Chelan County; apparent low bidder was C.A.
The advertisement unambiguously stipulated that a bidder may be awarded one or more contract packages if it submits the lowest evaluated substantially responsive bid(s) provided such bidder meets the aggregated qualification requirements for one or more contract packages.
He said: "The Foundation appear to be the most likely bidder but they are not at preferred bidder status.
Each bidder submits two bids ([b.sub.A], [b.sub.B]) respectively for products A and B.