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noncompetitively

Definitions

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  • adv. In a noncompetitive way.

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  • adv. in a noncompetitive manner

Etymologies

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noncompetitive +‎ -ly

Examples

  • According to the complaint, after the market recovered, Mr. Sarvey "noncompetitively" sold 2,274 contracts for his customers to Mr. Sklena at a low price that had traded a few minutes earlier, rather than offering to sell those contracts at the then-higher prevailing market prices.

    CFTC Cites Two Brokers in Fraud Case

  • Most goods are still produced noncompetitively, by single factories in each industry; to free prices without breaking the monopolies is an invitation to price gouging.

    Boris's Bet: Russian Roulette?

  • Treasury securities can be purchased noncompetitively directly from the Treasury.

    Piece of the Treasury for $100

  • "A NASA inspector general has determined that agency officials are attempting to noncompetitively renew a software vendor's licenses on a long-term basis, despite previous protests regarding the acquisition and NASA's promise to issue a new competitive solicitation."

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: September 2006 Archives

  • Specifically, we found that Thiokol officials did not maintain adequate support for decisions to noncompetitively award the service subcontracts and did not prepare written justifications for the noncompetitive awards prior to initiation of the work.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: December 2001 Archives

  • Specifically, we found that USA officials did not maintain evidence on the nature and scope of the furnished services; maintain adequate support for decisions to noncompetitively award the service subcontracts; and prepare written justifications for the noncompetitive awards prior to initiation of the work.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: December 2001 Archives

  • In corners that rarely receive attention from the media, they range from poorly documented lump-sum handling of noncompetitively-sourced travel arrangements for the UN mission in East Timor

    The Rosett Report

  • Also last week, the NNSA announced it is contemplating noncompetitively extending the contract for the management and operation of the Kansas City Plant in Missouri for up to five years.

    The Oak Ridger Home RSS

  • However, an agency may give a temporary appointment noncompetitively to certain individuals, e.g., a reinstatement eligible, certain present and former Peace Corps employees, a 30% disabled veteran, and veterans eligible for a veterans recruitment appointment.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • IG report found that many of Bernstock's sole-source contracts lacked documents explaining why they needed to be awarded noncompetitively.

    Federal Times

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