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  • Developing an Event Proposal: (RFP) SLS 3205 Summer 2007 Most Basic Objective Background Requirements Deadline More Involved Objective Background Elements of Response Term of Contract Deadline Review Objective What is the purpose of the proposal? What are you going to provide Be General Sell the sizzle!! Background Executive Summary Describe the event, venues Describe what you plan to do as the event contractor (generally)

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  • T o the folks at Sybex, especially Tom Cirtin who made this book available, Acey J. Bunch for his technical expertise, and Erica Yee and Judy Flynn for their contributions to this book. I want to thank Rodnay Zaks, the president of Sybex, who signed the contract. I also extend my thanks to the other people in the Sybex team. I still need to thank other people, especially the readers who have provided me with their comments and suggestions about my previous works. During the process of writing this book, the test monkey in Chapter 3 frequently reminded me of my early days as a schoolboy.

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  • The Psychologist’s Companion is intended for students as well as young professionals and writers at all stages of their careers seeking inspiration and guidelines for better scientific writing. This book is also a resource for researchers in related fields.

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  • Transfers of land rights should be based on users’ voluntary and informed agreement, provide them with a fair level of proceeds, and should not involve expropriation for private purposes. To create these preconditions, local people need to be aware of their rights, the value of their land, and ways to contract, and have assistance in analyzing investment proposals, negotiating with investors, monitoring performance, and ensuring compliance.

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  • THE VENTURE CAPITAL INDUSTRY has grown dramatically over the last decade. In the United States, venture capital (hereafterVC) investments grew from $3.3 billion in 1990 to $100 billion in 2000. In Europe, funds invested in VC grew from $6.4 billion in 1998 to more than $10 billion in 1999.The success of VC is largely due to the active involvement of the venture capitalists.These so-called hands-on investors carefully select the investment projects they are proposed (Sahlman (1988, 1990)) and remain deeply involved in those projects after investment is realized.

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  • “Workers’ Compensation Costs” (WC) ranks as the 10th most important problem in this survey, down from its 3rd position in the 2004 survey. About one-quarter of business own- ers regard WC costs as critical, one-third lower than four years ago. In some states, such as Arizona and California, WC systems have been reformed and rates lowered. Also, safer work- places due to improved working environments and a shift in the employment base from more hazardous manufacturing jobs to relatively safe service positions contribute to lower rates.

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  • Split wedge gate valves, as shown in Figure 7, are of the ball and socket design. These are self-adjusting and self- aligning to both seating surfaces. The disk is free to adjust itself to the seating surface if one-half of the disk is slightly out of alignment because of foreign matter lodged between the disk half and the seat ring. This type of wedge is suitable for handling noncondensing gases and liquids at normal temperatures, particularly corrosive liquids.

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  • Good communication is essential! We will provide information to new tenants as it relates to operations and policies specifically tailored for your property. It will also include information on how to handle emergencies. We have developed specific guidelines for our Property Managers to assist in monitoring your property. To ensure your expectations are met, we will conduct frequent site inspections. All resulting issues will be addressed with the Landlord. All contract specifications will be observed and monitored to ensure that what is agreed to and expected is delivered....

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  • Mechatronic Experiments Course Design: A Myoelectric Controlled Partial-Hand Prosthesis Project Ton-Tai Pan, Ping-Lin Fan, Huihua Kenny Chiang, Member, IEEE, Rong-Seng Chang, and Joe-Air Jiang, Member, IEEE Abstract—This paper describes a proposed laboratory project involving the design of a myoelectric-controlled partial-hand prosthesis to reinforce mechatronic education. The proposal focuses mainly on extract electromyogram (EMG) signals generated during contraction of the biceps.

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  • Demand expression varies by the kind of goods or services being delivered. Water supply and latrines are an example of essentially private goods, goods that are individually used and for which indi- vidual users can express and realize a willingness to pay. Public choices are more complicated with respect to public goods such as schools or rural roads; a differentiated strategy for eliciting demand, depending on the kind of subproject that is being produced, is needed.

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  • In January 1976, the Transportation Energy Conservation (TEC) Division of the Energy Research and Development Administration contracted with Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to prepare a Transportation Energy Conservation Data Book to be used by TEC staff in their evaluation of current and proposed conservation strategies. The major purposes of the Data Book were to draw together, under one cover, transportation data from diverse sources, to resolve data conflicts and inconsistencies, and to produce a comprehensive document.

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  • The decision-making process outlined in this handbook assume that you will seek com- petitive bids or award a sole-source contract. These two methods are highly recommended for works of art because potential contractors will be judged on the quality of their work and appropriateness of their background. Soliciting competitive bids is preferable if you are just beginning to work with conserva- tors, if the project is large or long-term, or if you are required to solicit bids.

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  • Whether you are soliciting competitive bids or negotiating a sole-source contract, you should describe your project and your expectations in writing. Use a request for proposals (RFP) to review the overall purpose of the project, including which sculptures are involved. State who will supervise the project, what the expected timetable is, and what the proposal deadline is. Outline the type and extent of insurance the conservator will be expected to carry, and spell hout any special circumstances the bidders should know about.

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  • If your project is large or if you have no experience in selecting conservators, consider contracting with a conservator to prepare the RFP and help evaluate the responses. The time and money you invest in developing complete, accurate specifications will pay off in the form of thorough proposals. Often, a government agency will permit a sole-source contract for this purpose. Remember that a conservator invests considerable time and resources in putting together an effective proposal. Some qualified professionals will not submit proposals without com- pensation.

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  • If you have obtained competitive bids, the proposals are the grounds for your decision and ultimately for the contract. In the case of a sole-source contract, the proposal is the basis for agreement between client and conservator on the scope of work, fee, schedule, and other conditions. To evaluate proposals in either case, form a small advisory committee of knowledgeable people who can assess the technical merits of each conservator’s experience, methods and materials, schedule, and fee.

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  • Current Status Today, Ferguson and Bardell, Inc. can be characterized as follows: Number 1 architectural firm in the Midwest. Growth acceleration in past 2 years as satellite offices added. Consultant team: • 620 consultants (billable resources) with varying expertise. • Average billable time for all consultants: 92% • Average tenure of consulting personnel: 7.5 years. Marketing team has 25 people in central office and 2-3 in each satellite. Sales team tends to focus on highly visible architecture projects by maintaining an extensive corporate contact list.

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  • This report provides information and recommendations on the results of the Coordinated Street Furniture Program Request for Proposals No. 9103-06-7316. Staff are seeking City Council’s authority to enter into negotiations with the Vendor best satisfying the requirements of the RFP, Astral Media Outdoor LP, to finalize contract provisions, incorporate technical and design refinements to the recommended family of street furniture; and enter an Agreement with the recommended Vendor.

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  • IHE ACS SYMPOSIUM SERIES was first published in 1974 to provide a mechanism for publishing symposia quickly in book form. The purpose of this series is to publish comprehensive books developed from symposia, which are usually "snapshots in time" of the current research being done on a topic, plus some review material on the topic. For this reason, it is necessary that the papers be published as quickly as possible. Before a symposium-based book is put under contract, the proposed table of contents is reviewed for appropriateness to the topic and for comprehensiveness of the collection.

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  • Authorities for Transaction and Payment approval should understand that the authority carries responsibility and that they are accountable for their actions. They are free to investigate as necessary to satisfy themselves that transaction and payment approval is correct and appropriate. It is also understood that if they cannot accept full responsibility, the items should be passed to a higher level for approval.

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  • This document is a legally binding contract of insurance between you and us. Please read the definitions on page 6 of this document. The information you submitted in the Proposal Form or Statement of Insurance forms the basis upon which we have agreed to provide cover. If you know or believe that any information is incorrect or missing, please tell your insurance adviser immediately. If you do not give us accurate and complete information, your insurance may not be valid and we could refuse to pay any claim.

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