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supplier

An organisation that contracts with an acquirer to supply systems, software or services under the terms of a contract.
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To test the true performance of these units, we need to ensure that the DC power supply does not add any parasitic noise to the test setup, and because linear supplies generally have lower output ripple and noise than switching supplies, they are a better choice for this application (Figure 1).
1966 Bureau of Supplies and Accounts renamed Naval Supply Systems Command
Demand for platinum in the automotive sector has risen dramatically in recent years, reporting an estimated 14 percent compound growth rate over the past five-year period, far outstripping an approximate 4 percent expansion in new mine supplies. Arguably, some of the gains in platinum consumption during this period came at the expense of declining demand for palladium, which suffered following the run-up to prohibitively high prices in 2001.
This dramatic disruption in Europe's energy supplies took place less than a week after Andrei Illarionov, Vladimir Putin's market-oriented, anti-communist economic adviser, resigned to protest Putin's increasingly dictatorial rule.
In the United States, natural gas supplies have been squeezed as well.
Schedule VI, Part V (Exports), Subsection 13(a) applies a zero rate to supplies made "to a non-resident person who is not registered under Subdivision d of Division V of Part IX of the Act of tangible personal property, or a service performed in respect of tangible personal or real property, if the property or service is acquired by the person for the purpose of fulfilling an obligation of the person under a warranty."
During the first Gulf War in the early 1990s, the Department of Defense amassed mountains of supplies in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Qatar before starting operations to kick Saddam Hussein out of Kuwait.
Many of these supplies are capable of producing 200 or more amperes of current.
Both the Kansai and Kanto regions are defined as suffering from water stress, with supplies needing to be pumped in, which in Kansai's case means almost exclusively from the massive Lake Biwa, just east of Kyoto.
The conceptual philosophy behind these NIPARS/PROS contractual models required a cultural readjustment by the entire acquisition community who sustained a belief that only the government, and the contracting officer, could contract for supplies and services at a fair and reasonable price.
Good things can happen to the facility that has a friendly, exclusive relationship with its medical supplies distributor.