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set-aside

noun Money (a set-aside) taken out of the budget for a specific purpose (e.g., to fund a congressionally mandated program).
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The NEB will regularly review companies' estimates of abandonment costs, the coverage provided by their set-aside mechanisms, and the assumptions about how those funds will grow.
Solicitation W9126GEAO, covering work primarily for the Fort Polk, LA, office, is a small business set-aside.
The regulation defines the set-aside amount as the total amount set aside for benefit payments from both member contributions and investment income.
The abolition of compulsory set-aside from 2009 onwards is a part of the CAP health check proposal, adopted by the Commission on 20 May 2008 and it is currently under discussion in the Council, the European Parliament and the other EU institutions (see Europolitics 3532).
If it were June and not October, I would be more than willing to show Mr Lewis some dead, brown set-aside fields.
But the National Farmers' Union said measures to encourage birds must be integrated into productive agriculture rather than relying on set-aside or a substitute scheme.
The set-aside program has been very helpful in settling these types of claims.
The list of likely VETS GWAC prime contractors currently engaged in the federal market is small and well-defined and the likelihood of new entrants is high given their new set-aside status," added Higgs.
4 billion to minority businesses through various set-aside provisions.
Homeland Security EAGLE II: Small, 8(a), HUBZone, SDV set-aside.
The adoption of zero set-aside will give choice back to farmers and growers and allow them flexibility to meet the demands of world markets.
The relaxation will remain in place until the end of the set-aside period on August 31, when farmers are anyway free to graze or harvest in this way in most cases.