estimated ceiling

estimated ceiling

A cloud ceiling that has been estimated by the observer. The term also applies if the ceiling has been determined by some other method, but because of limits of time, distance, and precipitation, a better descriptive classification cannot be applied.
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TCS is a prime GTACS contract awardee; GTACS had an estimated ceiling of $10 billion over five years, starting in November 2012.
However a plateau appears likely: sales are expected to continue growing, but at a slower rate than over the past 10 years, with an estimated ceiling of about $800 billion per year.
The multiple-awardee, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) vehicle has an estimated ceiling of $48 million over three years, with a maximum award to each awardee of $8 million, unless amended higher by the contracting officer.
The program has an estimated ceiling of $250 million over a four-year period.
t~ is skewed to the left and has a negative mean; the mean growth rate should be below the estimated ceiling growth rate.
The estimated ceiling shown in column 4 was determined by adding the present value of future net cash flows (as reported under Statement no.
The agreement which provides for issuance of individual delivery orders has an estimated ceiling value of approximately $9.
This effort also includes trailers, shipping cradles and spares for a total estimated ceiling value of $48,000,000 for both awards.
TCS is a prime GTACS contract awardee; GTACS has an estimated ceiling of $10 billion over five years, starting in November 2012.
The multiple-awardee, indefinite delivery indefinite quantity vehicle has an estimated ceiling of $10 billion over five years.
The Chief Information Officer - Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3), an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity government-wide acquisition contract (GWAC), has a 10-year performance period with an estimated ceiling value of $20 billion for all awardees.
However, a plateau appears likely: sales are expected to continue growing, but at a slower rate than over the past 10 years, with an estimated ceiling of about $800 billion per year.
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