local procurement


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local procurement

[′lō·kəl prə′kyu̇r·mənt]
(ordnance)
Procurement of supplies or equipment in the continental United States by other than a centralized purchasing office, such as purchase by an installation of supplies and equipment for use of that installation.
Procurement of supplies or equipment for its own use in an area outside the United States by a United States military command located in that area.
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He had also complained that local procurement was not implemented as much as tenders reserved for the youth, saying the youth competed with experienced and large business owners.
For many the prevailing attitude is that local procurement teams find it safer to procure from an existing supplier rather than look for new approaches.
When asked how a local authority could support a small business, the top answer was with business rates support, followed by improving local procurement opportunities.
Through local procurement, Etihad Airways has spent $5 billion with Abu Dhabi companies in the last three years.
With time these suppliers have come to realise that, if optimised, manufacturing closer to end markets has several advantages.Policies incentivising local procurement, steep import tariffs and the profitability of being able to move products to end markets more rapidly, all make local module assembly more appealing.
Seminar "Understanding Local Procurement Processes at Our Institutions Higher Education.'' Registration, 2:30 p.m.; program, 2:45-3:30 p.m.; networking, 3:30-4 p.m.
The deal will create thousands of jobs and generate at least 10 billion dollars in local procurement, Kirienko said.
1 September 2014 - Dutch investor Value8 NV (AMS:VALUE) on Monday announced the sale of its 60% interest in local procurement and sourcing specialist DPS Services, without giving financial details.
It has joined with the station's owner, SSE, in the 'Open4Business' initiative which promotes local procurement from small and mediumsized companies.
Rossing Uranium's local procurement spending will undoubtedly increase once it starts taking delivery of sulphuric acid from Dundee Precious Metals.
He said: "Although the advantages of SME procurement are also recognised, if economies of scale are the priority, there is a danger that councils will overlook the value for money and wider social value that good local procurement can achieve.
Exactly a year ago, the US had dragged India to the WTO for consultations on the local procurement requirement in the solar mission.
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