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NTENote
NTENot-To-Exceed
NTENational Trade Estimate
NTENeuropathy Target Esterase
NTENetwork Termination Equipment
NTENational Transportation Exchange
NTENational Teachers Exam
NTENear to Eye (microdisplay)
NTENational Teacher's Examination
NTENantes, France - Nantes-Chateau Bougon (Airport Code)
NTENamed Telephone Event
NTENational Tap Ensemble (National Tap Dance Company, USA)
NTENetwork Transmission Element (Bellcore)
NTENew Technology Embedded
NTENuclear Technologies Effects (Division)
NTENavy Technical Evaluation
NTENASA Technology Experiments
NTENon-Mechanical Tracking Engine
NTENevada Training Encampment (Civil Air Patrol)
NTENewtel Enterprises
NTENetwork Transport Element
NTENous Travaillons Ensemble (French: We Work Together)
NTENo Title Exam
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86% of fleets agree that consolidated billing from suppliers is a highly-valued service, while 90% of fleets say guaranteed, not-to-exceed dealer pricing is key to their satisfaction.
The not-to-exceed price of $919,000 (Y2000) price is being established for a limited time.
Conditions within not-to-exceed compliance zones are readily available with the super cell, which applies various altitude conditions, in combination with a range of temperatures and humidity levels, to engines of 100-750 horsepower.
7 million not-to-exceed amount contract from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to be its national quality management systems registrar.
The company also announced that it has received an additional order for its patented aircrew Low-Profile Flotation Collar ("LPFC"), with a not-to-exceed value of $9 million.
The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners today awarded a not-to-exceed $1,195,000 contract to P.
is being awarded a not-to-exceed $46,022,062 cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the development, demonstration and technology transition of a miniaturized communications terminal and several phased array antennas compatible with the Navy's Cooperative Engagement Capability System.
Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded Raytheon Systems Company a $113 million not-to-exceed letter contract for transmitter equipment used in the AEGIS Weapon System's SPY-1 phased array radars and MK99 Fire Control Systems.
The award is the result of the exercise of an option on an existing, multiple-year contract with a not-to-exceed value of approximately $37 million.
The contract includes contains options which, if exercised, would bring the total cumulative not-to-exceed value to $53,000,000.
The contract contains option provisions for additional quantities of BRUs at a not-to-exceed price of $2.
was awarded on May 17, 2001, an $891,140 delivery order amount as part of a not-to-exceed $50,000,000 delivery order/time and material delivery orders (for system technical services) and firm-fixed-price delivery orders (for production hardware/software/services) contract.