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AcronymDefinition
NBNota Bene (Latin: Note Well)
NBNew Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.
NBNew Brunswick
NBMathematica Notebook (file extension)
NBNational Bank
NBNotebook
NBNew Business (various locations)
NBNewborn
NBNotice Board
NBNiobium
NBNot Bad
NBNorth Bridge
NBNarrow Band
NBNotified Body (European Commission)
NBNew Building (various organizations)
NBNoord Brabant (Netherlands province)
NBNo Brainer
NBNon-Binding (chemistry)
NBNewsboys (band)
NBNorges Bank (Norway)
NBNo Base
NBNieuw Buinen (town in The Netherlands)
NBNorth-Bound
NBNo-Bid
NBNo Ball
NBNude Beaches
NBNeighborhood Business
NBNeutral Buoyancy
NBNitrogen Balance
NBNewbreed (TFC Clan)
NBNotchback (automobile body style)
NBNominal Bore (internal diameter of a pipe/fitting)
NBNice Boys (Guns N' Roses song)
NBNightbreed (The Clan)
NBNo Brown (fish)
NBNon Billable
NBSterling European Airlines (airline code)
NBNordlandsbanken
NBNew Bombay
NBNorth Bonneville (Washington)
NBNinja Burger (humor website)
NBNegative Burn (Quake 3 Clan)
NBNonbattle
NBNonabyte (1e+27 bytes)
NBNew Babylonian
NBNoisy Bus
NBNassif Building (Falls Church, Virginia)
NBNuclear Boiler
NBNordicbots (QuakeNet gaming)
NBOccupation Semipostal (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
NBNoob Busters (gaming clan)
NBNon-Bound Application (insurance)
NBNaval Base
NBNew Braunfels (New Braunfels, Texas)
NBNorth Brookfield
NBNorth Bergen (New Jersey)
NBNeuberger Berman (asset management firm; est. 1939; various locations)
NBNorth Bend (Washington)
NBNational Bookstore (Philippines)
NBNight Below (fantasy novel)
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Analyses of the no-bid managed care Medicaid contracts for recent years have indicated that the companies awarded those contracts generally fell well short of the 85 percent level and tended to have some of the lowest medical loss ratios in the nation.
Covered California was granted the authority to award no-bid contracts to ensure it could meet deadlines for getting the exchange operational in time for the PPACA's first open enrollment period.
68 billion in 2006, with the cost of no-bid contracts growing from $12 million in 2002 to $56 million in 2006.
Sink said she was "disappointed" with the reports about no-bid contracts.
I cheered when Obama ordered an end to Guantanamo, a pull out from Iraq, an end to no-bid cost-plus contracting, and greater transparency in government spending--and I think libertarians should still be cheering right along with me.
Anyone with ties to an organization that has a no-bid government contract greater than $100,000 is prohibited from contributing to candidates or political parties at any level.
Wasteful spending comes from exotic requirements, lack of oversight and indefensible no-bid contracts," he said.
As for the notion of a united, stable and free Iraq - consider the no-bid contracts handed to the major western oil companies for ownership of Iraq's oil.
An Iraqi plan to award six no-bid technical support agreements (TSAs) to Western oil majors, which came under sharp criticism from several US senators this summer, has been withdrawn.
Beck added, 'If we don't get the sufficient time to prepare that proposal, there's really little option for us other than to no-bid in this competition.
The controversial no-bid contract was awarded to Lockheed Martin's PA&E subsidiary by the UN Secretariat drawing fire from UN members.
It also would have compelled agencies to inform Congress 30 days before a no-bid contract award to a foreign-owned company based in a "terrorist" nation.