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vendor

(vĕn′dĕr) [L. vendor, seller]
Any person or company that designs, develops, sells, and/or supports goods or services to or for another party.
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Others were forced out because of competition by illegal push-cart vendors.
The DoD is also responsible for assisting the vendor with the selection of the assurance level for the evaluation since that assurance level is chosen based on the information security needs and the application of use within the DoD.
The common theme for most vendors in this space is that "iSCSI is good," and everyone wants a ray of the limelight.
Creating vendor collaboration is going to be different in every school district, based on the projects and needs in each environment.
The rules are important, because not only do they keep things fair, they also spell out to vendors that things are changing and collusion between buyers and vendors is a thing of the past.
The vendor told the purchasing agent there was more to come if he continued to do business with his company.
This is the latest in NYPD efforts to go after street vendors in order to sanitize the city's image, a key portion of former Mayor Rudolph Giuiliani's anti-crime policy and part of a longer history of New York City sweeps.
02-16, the EITF reached a consensus that cash consideration received by a reseller from a vendor for cooperative advertising is presumed to be a reduction of the prices of the vendor's products or services and, thus, should be classified as a reduction of cost of sales when recognized in the reseller's income statement.
Selection between Microsoft and J2EE vendors depends on existing infrastructure and IT skills -- not on application server features and functionality.