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Award

To give a contract to a person or company, especially after competitive bidding from multiple persons or companies. That is, a company awards a contract when it decides to do business with somebody.
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National Award Recipient Bonnie Marshall, CDA, EFDA, EFODA, MADAA, Battle Ground, wash.
Award winners have demonstrated innovation, creativity, strategic alignment and effective graphics communication.
While award fee contracts are used when it is neither feasible nor effective to devise predetermined objective performance targets, it is imperative that award fees be tied to identifiable interim outcomes, discrete events or milestones, as much as possible.
The Chamber's President Award was given to Gene Nori, recently retired general manager of the Sault Ste.
The 2005 Phoenix Award winners represent outstanding brownfield projects from each of the 10 US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regions.
McDonald received the Cliff Henderson Award from the National Aeronautic Association.
The award is a tremendous force that honors people who were neglected because of conscious and unconscious racism," says Arnold Adoff, an author whose late wife, Virginia Hamilton, won more CSK Awards than any other author--for books such as The People Could Fly: American Black Folktales (Knopf, October 1985).
The Goodyear Medalist is expected to deliver a lecture covering the back ground, development, implementation and commercialization of the invention or innovation pertinent to the award.
The Service Award is given to recognize continued and increasing service beyond the section level.
The organization deserves credit for cleaning up its act over the years after being seen as a celebrity-worshiping club and has proven to be influential in Academy Award nominations that come later.
This award pays tribute to pulp and paper industry persons who have rendered outstanding service to their communities by involvement in the activities of local business, educational, civic and philanthropic organizations.
Stoner Scholarship Award is presented annually to one (1) female collegiate basketball player who intends to pursue a career in law.