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Ultimately five contractors submitted their quotations. 3. The bids from all five contractors are significantly higher than the architect’s original estimate for construction, and there are wide variations between the lowest and the highest bid. (...) In the light of these results, the Office undertook a preliminary analysis to identify certain items which could bring the quotations from contractors back into line with the budgetary ceiling of US$1.7 million approved by the Governing Body. (...) It will closely scrutinize and corroborate the architect’s as well as the quantity surveyor’s revised estimates before seeking new quotations from pre-selected contractors. 7. The Building Subcommittee may wish to propose to the Programme, Financial and Administrative Committee that it recommends to the Governing Body that: (a) it note the substantial price variations in the submitted bids as compared to the architect’s original estimate; (b) it authorize the Office to adjust the project and obtain revised bids from the pre-selected contractors, so as to conform to the approved budget ceiling of US$1.7 million; and (c) it request the Office to report on the progress of this project to the Building Subcommittee at its next session in November 2004.
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Score: 1420371.1 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...elm/gb/docs/gb289/pdf/bs-3.pdf
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Ultimately five contractors submitted their quotations. 3. The bids from all five contractors are significantly higher than the architect’s original estimate for construction, and there are wide variations between the lowest and the highest bid. (...) In the light of these results, the Office undertook a preliminary analysis to identify certain items which could bring the quotations from contractors back into line with the budgetary ceiling of US$1.7 million approved by the Governing Body. (...) It will closely scrutinize and corroborate the architect’s as well as the quantity surveyor’s revised estimates before seeking new quotations from pre-selected contractors. 7. The Building Subcommittee may wish to propose to the Programme, Financial and Administrative Committee that it recommends to the Governing Body that: (a) it note the substantial price variations in the submitted bids as compared to the architect’s original estimate; (b) it authorize the Office to adjust the project and obtain revised bids from the pre-selected contractors, so as to conform to the approved budget ceiling of US$1.7 million; and (c) it request the Office to report on the progress of this project to the Building Subcommittee at its next session in November 2004.
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Score: 1420371.1 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...elm/gb/docs/gb289/pdf/bs-3.pdf
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In the cereals sub–index, the original FFPI wheat index has been replaced by a new index introduced by IGC.1 In the meat sub-index, two of the existing quotations have been replaced by new series that can be updated every month. (...) The series was extended back to 1990 in this exercise by splicing the “old” to the “new” index. 2 The three new quotations correspond to export prices from European ports for these commodities. 1 http://www.igc.int/en/grainsupdate/igcgoi.aspx New FFPI: 23 commodities, 73 price series Under the new approach, the index includes the following 23 commodities: wheat (10 price quotations monitored and reported by the IGC), maize (1 quotation) and rice (16 quotations) for cereals; butter, whole milk powder, skimmed milk powder (2 quotations for each) and cheese (1 quotation) for the dairy group; poultry (13 quotations), pig (6 quotations), bovine (7 quotations) and ovine (1 quotation) for the meat dairy group; sugar (1 quotation); the oils group consists of one oil price quotation for soybean, sunflower, rapeseed, groundnut, cotton seed, copra, palm kernel, palm, linseed and castor. (...) 'new'FFPIτ = LIτ = si0 i=1 n ∑ PiτPi0       , where, τ =1990.1...2013.9 , and si0 is the share of ith commodity’s global export value in the total export value of all the 23 agricultural commodities included in the index, calculated as an average over the years that are included in the base period; Piτ is the price quotation for the ith commodity at time τ ; and Pi0 is the three year average of the price quotations for the ith commodity calculated over the base period years.
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Score: 1393963 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ts_and_docs/FO-Expanded-SF.pdf
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Quotation received after the stipulated date and time will be invalidated. (...) Quotation received after the stipulated date and time will be invalidated. (...) Quotation received after the stipulated date and time will be invalidated.
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Score: 1383272.2 - https://www.unicef.org/montenegro/en/tenders
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Observance of minimum prices with respect to tenders requiring quotations other than in US dollars 5. Adoption of report to the Council 6. (...) Stocks at the end of the third quarter of 1984 had been at 34,000 tons as compared to 38,000 tons at the end of the previous quarter. (...) Observance of the minimum price with respect to tenders requiring quotations other than in US dollars 22. Regarding the question of observance of the minimum price with respect to tenders requiring quotations other than in US dollars, the Committee noted that no case of that kind had been reported.
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Score: 1352125.4 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91130035.pdf
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Competitive negotiation Article 50. Request for quotations Article 51. Single-source procurement CHAPTER VI.   (...) Competitive negotiation Article 50. Request for quotations Article 51. Single-source procurement CHAPTER VI.  (...) Rejection of all tenders, proposals, offers or quotations (1) (Subject to approval by ... (the enacting State designates an organ to issue the approval)), and if so specified in the solicitation documents or other documents for solicitation of proposals, offers or quotations, the procuring entity may reject all tenders, proposals, offers or quotations at any time prior to the acceptance of a tender, proposal, offer or quotation.
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Score: 1243960 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...shop_tanz_jan03/hunja2b3_e.doc
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The OEC representatives confirmed that they could provide a quotation, as well as quotations from competitors. (...) The Applicant then asked his Administrative Assistant to prepare a comparative analysis of the four quotations, which she submitted to the Applicant on 12 April 2007. (...) UNDT/2011/207 Page 15 of 18 response of 30 August 2007 to the charge letter: first, he learned from the OEC representatives in early April 2007 that they themselves had drafted the two competitors’ quotations on the latter’s letterheads; he asked his assistant to prepare a comparative analysis to be submitted to their supervisor; he did not inform his assistant that the two quotations were falsified until 25 April 2007 and did not expressly ask her to tell their supervisor; and, second, he took the initiative to ask a local supplier to provide another quotation and gave him the opportunity to learn the amounts of the other three quotations already submitted. 53.
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Score: 1217695.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-207e.pdf
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PROBLEMS AND METHODS IN THE GATHERING OF REPRESENTATIVE AND COMPARABLE WHOLESALE PRICE SERIES
Countries seek to compile comparable prices lJy initially gathering series of price quotations from one time to another on t J ~ansactions that are comparable with respect to price- i.e., on a series of transactions which if executed 'at the same time and in the same market, would fetcomparability in series of price quotations. 21. In general, the difficulties of devising specifications that will ensure the collection of comparable series of price quotations increase as the degree of fabrication of commodities involved increases. (...) The use, to the greatest possible extent, of techniques based on overlapping prices still leaves unresolved a number of cases in which it is necessary to adjust price quotations on different types of transactions to a comparable basis.
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Score: 1213259.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=E/CN.3/264&Lang=E
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Per cent see: Section 4 – Numbers Quotations Use double quotation marks for quoted (verbatim) words, phrases, sentences and paragraphs. For a quotation within a quotation, use single marks. Place the punctuation outside the quotation marks. If the punctuation pertains to the quoted words, as in a complete sentence or question, place the punctuation inside the quotation marks.
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Score: 1200550 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/d...ts/OCHAStyleGuide-OnScreen.pdf
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Most of the rules set out below apply to English only.   Double and single quotation marks Quoted words, sentences and paragraphs are enclosed within double quotation marks. (...) In United Nations documents, however, quotation marks may be used where necessary for the sake of clarity – for example, where the quoted material exceeds a page and it is difficult to see that the material is indented or where the quoted material contains a separate set of paragraph numbers. (...) If it is necessary to use quotation marks in a block quotation, insert them at the beginning of each paragraph and subparagraph, before headings included in the quoted matter and at the end of the last paragraph.
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Score: 1198083 - https://www.un.org/dgacm/en/node/4440
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