Contingency


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Contingency

An additional amount or percentage added to any cash flow item (ie. Capex). Care is needed to ensure it is either to be spent or to remain as a cushion.

Contingency

A negative situation that may occur and for which one ought to prepare. For example, a company may maintain extra cash reserves to cover unexpected liabilities. See also: Cushion.
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As the OCO lead for the joint Staff, the J8 Contingency Operations Branch works closely with both the OSD-C and the J3 to develop and refine fiscal planning guidance in order to ensure both the operators (Service Operations Directorates, CCMD J3s, etc.
The court rejected that amendment and said it was the responsibility of the contingency lawyer as part of the original contingency contract to resolve those liens.
Members of the CEW support contingency operations by either deploying forward or performing backfill missions for DoD personnel who have deployed.
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study (2006) most related to the current study was that a balanced credit ratio between the individual and group portions of a performance contingency can work better than a contingency favoring either individual or group credit.
Many situations can be overcome with a little creative thinking and once you've discovered a solution it should become a standard option in your contingency plans.
By consolidating the contingency contracting mission into AMC, we can provide a full range of contracted combat support and combat service support needed by our deployed forces," said Lieutenant General William E.
GLENDALE -- The City Council has approved a $643 million budget for the 2006-07 fiscal year, which includes contingency cuts in case the city loses the right to collect a cell phone utility tax.