A corporation formed in
the same state, province, or country in which
it does business. See also: Foreign
A shipping method in which goods
are picked up at the seller's door and then
delivered to the buyer's door.
The inspection of a second
sample when the first sample does not lead to
a decision to accept or reject.
The strategic reduction of an entity's
or business' labor force by the elimination of
A written order drawn up by a creditor
directing a debtor to pay a sum of money to a
third party or to the bearer.
Draw Off Order
The amount of an item to be
delivered by the contractor to the end users
under a blanket order as authorized or
arranged for by the procurement department.
May also be referred to as a sub-order
A refund of money paid (e.g., a refund
of customs duties paid on imported material if
the material is later exported).
A charge for hauling something
between various locations by a transportation
A shipment made directly from a
manufacturer or direct provider of goods to a
buyer or purchaser in response to a request
by the supplier who has received an order but
does not carry the merchandise in its
The reasonable caution and care
performed before finalizing a procurement or
taking action in the course of managing an
entity business project to demonstrate
transparency and mitigate risk.