deliverables


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deliverables

(dɪˈlɪvərəbəlz)
pl n
items named in a contract, course, or project that must be delivered for its successful completion
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Just here was the wayside shop of a smith; and now arrived a landed proprietor who had bought this girl a few miles back, deliverable here where her irons could be taken off.
The next item on his list was to give orders for some fruit-trees, of a rare variety, to be deliverable at his country-seat in the ensuing autumn.
WHILE the Thai government has a list of up to 12 economic deliverables as it chairs Asean this year, business leaders are not sure its work this year will benefit the private sector in the near future.
Topics include setting up the pipeline for projects involving multiple camera origination and mastering camera matching, through to the large number of deliverables expected today.
According to him, it is expected that from March to August to have all necessary requirements in place to achieve this, adding that to have 150-Day Deliverables achieved would require collective efforts of key stakeholders and implementing partners, including the Chief Information Office, Libtelco and C Square.
Omnex announced today that the pricing and deliverables for the consortium have been determined.
The users of Bentley's ProjectWise, a project collaboration and information software developed for the design and construction of architecture, engineering, construction, and operations of infrastructure projects, are set to increase operational efficiency and reduce costs with the next release of ProjectWise Connections Services and its deliverables management capability.
* Third-party vendors and contractors might not perform as advertised, and deliverables (previously identified portions of the project that are to be completed at a specified time) could be late or of substandard quality.
When engaging a business broker, insist that any up-front/pre-closing payments be paid only as important deliverables are satisfactorily completed.
According to the decision, the Commission deliverables is to outline the strategy to increase local production and to attract international production in both Film & TV sectors; this shall be aligned with Dubai Strategy for 2015, and shall focus on GDP contribution, development of human resources and promoting Dubai as a premier location for the media production to contribute to the tourism sector.
To the department's credit, it has defined a number of key policies and procedures for verifying and accepting contract deliverables and conducting technical reviews, such as the criteria that need to be met before commencing and concluding a critical design review.