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government-furnished

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  • Mr. Stackley said the average total budgeted cost per ship over the 20-ship buy, including government-furnished equipment, is around $435 million, or about double the original estimated cost.

    Lockheed, Austal Unit Win Navy Bid

  • The engines would be GFE—“government-furnished equipment”—bought by Navair from one of the big four aircraft engine makers under separate contract and provided to Bell for installation in the nacelles.

    The Dream Machine

  • Contract modifications would have made these transponders government-furnished equipment (GFE).

    David Isenberg: The GAO Transcripts, Part 15: Coordination is Easier Said Than Done

  • Contract modifications would have made these transponders government-furnished equipment (GFE).

    David Isenberg: The GAO Transcripts, Part 15: Coordination is Easier Said Than Done

  • The engines would be GFE—“government-furnished equipment”—bought by Navair from one of the big four aircraft engine makers under separate contract and provided to Bell for installation in the nacelles.

    The Dream Machine

  • The engines would be GFE—“government-furnished equipment”—bought by Navair from one of the big four aircraft engine makers under separate contract and provided to Bell for installation in the nacelles.

    The Dream Machine

  • The crucial legal question is whether Hannity ever used any government-furnished source material on the air without disclosure.

    Radio Treason? Right Wing Talkers Skirted Disclosure Law

  • Families of fallen soldiers and Marines are being told they have the option to have the government-furnished headstones engraved with "Operation Enduring Freedom" or "Operation Iraqi Freedom" at no extra charge, whether they are buried in Arlington or elsewhere.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • Several old Moscow hands, such as Harrison Salisbury of the New York Times, told me how severely handicapped I would be, unable to read the press or to talk to ordinary Russians, having to rely on a government-furnished translator who would regularly report to the KGB, the Soviet secret police.

    Staying Tuned

  • Several old Moscow hands, such as Harrison Salisbury of the New York Times, told me how severely handicapped I would be, unable to read the press or to talk to ordinary Russians, having to rely on a government-furnished translator who would regularly report to the KGB, the Soviet secret police.

    Staying Tuned

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