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General Pointers for Making a Compelling GSA Schedule Services Proposal

Getting the contract to for GSA Schedule Services can have many benefits for any company seeking to provide services at the federal level. It provides a reliable and stable income stream for a company trying to establish itself and gain recognition in the market

LAPORAN KAJIAN DAN SURVEY AWAL PASCA GEMPABUMI ... - ITB

LAPORAN KAJIAN DAN SURVEY AWAL PASCA GEMPABUMI TASIK JAWA BARAT 2 SEPTEMBER 2009 Disiapkan Oleh: Satuan Tugas Survey Awal Bencana Gempa Jawa Barat Pusat Mitigasi Bencana – Institut Teknologi Bandung Laporan Kajian dan Survey Awal Bencana Gempa Jawa Barat LAPORAN KAJIAN DAN SURVEY AWAL PASCA GEMPABUMI TASIK JAWA BARAT 2 SEPTEMBER 2009 Satuan Tugas Penanggulangan Bencana Jawa Barat Laporan Kajian dan Survey Awal Bencana Gempa Jawa Barat PENDAHULUAN 1.1. Latar Belakang Pada tanggal 2 September 2009, pukul 07:55:01 (UTC) atau pukul 14:55:01 (WIB) waktu setempat, telah terjadi gempabumi besar dengan moment magnitude Mw = 7.0 dengan kedalaman 49.9 km pada posisi 7.777°S, 107.326°E (Sumber : USGS). Gempabumi ini mengakibatkan kerusakan berbagai prasarana dan sarana fisik serta sekitar 74 orang korban jiwa manusia di Propinsi Jawa Barat.. Kerusakan bangunan secara umum yang teramati di daerah survey (Kabupaten Tasikmalaya dan Pangalengan) bervariasi dari kerusakan ringan, keruskan parah, sampai runtuh. Bangunanbangunan sekolah, kantor pemerintah, rumah sakit/puskesmas, dan perumahan juga banyak yang mengalami kerusakan parah. Prasarana jalan, jembatan, tanggul, instalasi listrik dan telepon diidentifikasi masih dalam kondisi baik dan beberapa hanya mengalami kerusakan ringan. Gambar 1.1. Epicenter Gempa Tasik 2 September 2009 Institut Teknologi Bandung memiliki ahli-ahli di bidang bencana alam seperti kegempaan dan tsunami perlu memberikan suatu kontribusi untuk rehabilitasi serta rekonstruksi pasca bencana Jawa Barat. Sebagai bagian dari program kerja ITB untuk memberikan suatu masukan-masukan atau rekomendasi teknis untuk tahapan rehabilitas dan rekonstruksi, kajain awal mengenai kejadian gempa Tasik dan survey awal identifikasi cepat kerusakan bangunan telah dilakukan. Pada tanggal 3 September 2009, kami melakukan survey awal ke daerah Pangelengan dan pada tanggal 5-7 September 2009 telah dilakukan survey ke Kabupaten Tasikmalaya. Team dari ITB telah melakukan suatu kajian-kajian awal, pengumpulan data-data serta survey ke daerah bencana untuk melakukan pengamatan langsung secara visual dampak-dampak dari gempa yang terjadi. Kajain-kajian awal dan survey ini dilakukan untuk dapat memberikan suatu rekomendasi-rekomendasi teknis serta langkah-langkah yang tepat untuk dilakukan selanjutnya Satuan Tugas Kajian dan Survey Lapangan Bencana Gempa Jawa Barat - ITB Laporan Kajian dan Survey Awal Bencana Gempa Jawa Barat dalam rangka pemulihan (recovery), fase pembangunan kembali (rekonstruksi), serta pada jangka panjangnya fase pencegahan (prevention), mitigasi (mitigation) dan kesiapan (preparedness)...

İntibak Komisyonu Raporlama Örnekleri - Mühendislik Fakültesi ...

RAPORLAMA ÖRNEĞİ-1 TALEP: Erciyes Üniversitesi Fen Fakültesi Matematik Bölümünde eğitim gören Mustafa MOLU isimli öğrenci LYS sınavı ile Fakültemiz Elektrik-Elektronik Mühendisliği Bölümünü kazanmış olup, önceki bölümünde almış olduğu bazı derslerden muafiyet talep etmektedir. GEREĞİ: Bu öğrencinin muaf tutulduğu toplam dersi saati 13 olup, sınıf muafiyeti için gerekli olan %70 lik muafiyet koşulunu sağlamadığından dolayı bu öğrenciye “Ders Muafiyeti Raporu” düzenlenir. Talepte bulunan öğrenci Erciyes Üniversitesi öğrencisi olduğu için önceki bölümündeki almış olduğu ve muaf olduğu derslerin notları Fakültemizin sistemine aynen aktarılacaktır. Düzenlenecek raporda notlar belirtildikten sonra karşısına “BAŞARILI” yazılacaktır. Şartlı geçilmiş bir ders ise (DC ve DD) “ŞARTLI GEÇER” olarak yazılacak ve not ortalamasına etki ettirilecektir. Bu öğrenci ve bu tip ders muafiyetleri için örnek rapor aşağıda verilmiştir. NOT: Bölümlerin intibak komisyonu Başkanı, hazırlayacakları rapor için Bölüm Başkanlıklarına aşağıdaki gibi bir üst yazı sunacaktır. Bölümümüz…………………..numaralı öğrencilerinden …………………………………….’ın not durum belgesi ve ders müfredatı komisyonumuzca incelenmiş ve Ders Muafiyet Raporu ekte sunulmuştur. Bilgilerinize arz ederim. TALEP: Süleyman Demirel Üniversitesi Mühendislik Fakültesinde eğitim gören Ömer Fatih ÇITIRIK isimli öğrenci LYS sınavı ile Fakültemiz Tekstil Mühendisliği Bölümünü kazanmış olup, önceki bölümünde almış olduğu bazı derslerden muafiyet talep etmektedir. GEREĞİ: Bu öğrencinin muaf tutulduğu toplam dersi saati 50 olup, 2.sınıf 3. yarıyıla intibakı için gerekli olan ilk iki yarıyılın toplam ders saatlerinin en az %70 inden muaf olma koşulunu sağladığından dolayı bu öğrenciye “Sınıf İntibakı Raporu” düzenlenir. Talepte bulunan öğrenci Üniversitemiz dışından bir öğrenci olduğu için önceki bölümündeki almış olduğu ve muaf olduğu derslerin notları Fakültemizin sistemine etki ettirilmeyecektir. Düzenlenecek raporda notlar belirtildikten sonra karşısına “MUAF” ya da “ALACAK” yazılacaktır. Bu öğrenci ve bu tip sınıf intibakları için örnek rapor aşağıda verilmiştir...

Metro North Economic Impact - White Paper - New York State Senate

Growing the Bronx for the 21st Century and Beyond An Analysis of the MTA Metro-¬North Expansion into the East Bronx In 1984, the American Public Transit Association, conducted an analysis of the employment and business revenue impacts of investment in public transit. This landmark study, for the first time demonstrated that investment in public transit supports significant job creation and increased business revenues at the local level, creating substantial economic benefits in addition to the mobility benefits associated for the local communities where these stations would be located.1 The whole of the report is based on the hypothesis that the dollars invested in the construction, operation and maintenance of transit services spur job creation and other effects since time and time again dollars are spent in the local economy.2 Since 1984 this study has been updated and refreshed numerous times with the most recent publication issued in 2009 titled “ Economic Impact of Public Transportation Investment”. As the most cited series and most complete reports of infrastructure investment and its corresponding impact on economic activity, Senator Klein and the Bronx Borough President have used this national study to continue to make the argument that the approval of the capitol plan to expand access of the Metro North to the Bronx is necessary and vital to Bronx residents and communities. Metro North Expansion in the Bronx The proposed Metro-North expansion into the East Bronx is part of a larger plan for the MTA called “Penn Station Access”. This proposal will allow Metro-North trains to come into Penn Station. Part of this increased access would be the construction of six new stations, two on the West Side of Manhattan and four in the East Bronx.3 The four stations in the East Bronx would be created along existing Amtrak tracks, therefore lessening the economic burden on New York State. The expansion in the Bronx would pave the way for economic development and job creation along with a quicker commute for Bronx residents. In the fall of 2012 Metro-North began a series of presentations in the neighborhoods where the four proposed stations would be constructed, Co-Op City, Morris Park, Hunts Point and Parkchester.4 These presentations highlighted the growing use of Metro-North Service and that Bronx as the largest rail reverse commuter market in the United States, bringing 5,000 residents to suburban jobs, out of 13,000 Bronx residents who use Metro North every week day5. Considering the diversity of the communities surrounding each of the four proposed stations, each would benefit each neighborhood differently. Co-Op City would see greater exposure to the Bay Plaza6, while Hunts Point would become a transit hub with connection to the 6 train.7 The Morris Park community would be introduced to suburban employment centers in Westchester and Connecticut,8 while the Parkchester station would broaden transportation opportunities for residents with the possibility for connections with NYC buses, such as the Bronx 42, 40 and 20.9 However we are one borough, one Bronx. In that vein, the economic impact assessments below show the potential ability for these four stations to create jobs, business revenue and property values in the Bronx as a whole...

BAB 1 - USU Institutional Repository - Universitas Sumatera Utara

KEPUSTAKAAN Abdulrahman AS, Kholeif LA, Yasser ME, Eldesouky A, 2004. Bacteriology of Tonsil Surface and Core in Children with Chronic Tonsilitis and Incedence of Bacterimia During Tonsillectomy. Egypt Medical Journal, Vol.13.No.2. Abouzied A, Massoud E, 2010. Sex Differences in Tonsillitis. Dalhausie Medical Journal., 35(1), p.8-10. Akcay A, 2006. Variation in Tonsil Size in 4-to17-Year Old Schoolchildren. The Journal of Otolaryngology, Volume 35, Number 4, p: 270-4. Adam GL, 1997. Disease of The Nasopharynx and Oropharynx, in: Boeis Fundamentals of Otolaryngology. Sixth Edition. W.B. Saunders Company. Philadelphia, p. 332-65. Alcantara et al, 2007. Adenotonsillectomy Impact on Children’s Quality of Life. International otorhinolaringology Journal, 12, p.172-11. Amaruddin T, Christanto A, 2007. Kajian Manfaat Tonsilektomi. Cermin Dunia Kedokteran, No.155, hal.61-8. Aritomoyo D, 1980. insiden Tonsilitis Akut dan Kronik Pada Klinik THT RSUP Dr. Kariadi Semarang. Kumpulan Naskah Ilmiah KONAS VI PERHATI, Medan; hal. 249-55. Awan Z, Hussain A, Bashir H, 2009. Statistical Analysis of Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) Diseases in Paediatric Population at PIMS, Islamabad: 10 Years Experience. Journal Medical Scient. Vol.17, No.2. p. 92-4. Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Departemen Kesehatan, 2001. Survey Kesehatan Nasional 2001. Jakarta. hal 1-75. Brodsky L, Poje C, 2006. Tonsilitis, Tonsillectomy, and Adenoidectomy. In: Bailey JB, Johnson JT editors, Head and Neck Surgery Otolaryngology, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelpia, p.1183-98. Burton MJ, Towler B, Glasziou P, 2004. Tonsillectomy Versus Non-surgical Treatment for Chronic/Recurrent Acute Tonsilitis (Cochrane Review). The Cochrane Library, Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Issue 3. Chan KH, Ramakrishnan VR, 2009. Disease of the Oral Cavity, Oropharynx and Nasopharynx. In: Ballenger WL, Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery ed. BC Decker Inc, Philadelphia, p.775-82. Cody D, 1993. Penyakit Hidung, Telinga, dan Tenggorok. Petrus adrianto, editor. Jakarta ; EGC, hal 37-9...

1 REFRIGERATION USING SOLAR ENERGY

REFRIGERATION USING SOLAR ENERGY Rising energy costs are generating new interest in thermal energy based refrigeration systems. These can compete with electrical energy based refrigeration systems if the source of heat energy is waste heat or solar energy. Chillers for industrial use based on absorption refrigeration are commercialized now. In India M/S Thermax manufactures and markets lithium bromide/ water system, based absorption refrigeration machines for industrial and institutional use. These systems are relevant to India because: 1. Ambient temperatures are high through out the year in most parts of the country. Higher ambient temperatures mean more energy is consumed in refrigeration 2. Solar insolation is high in most parts of the country. This implies that we have more energy at our disposal. 3. There is huge potential demand for refrigeration in rural areas, which are best suited for solar energy based refrigeration systems Proposal: Solar energy based refrigeration is an idea whose time has come. The economics are moving into positive zone. Companies who get into this line can expect to reap the benefits in next five years time. Absorption refrigeration: In this system solar energy is used to drive out the volatile component from a solution and build up the pressure. Examples are water vapour from lithium bromide water solution or ammonia from aqueous ammonia solution. The vapour is then condensed (rejecting heat). This is done with either water-cooling or air-cooling. The condensed liquid is then expanded to absorb heat from the space where refrigeration is needed. The vapours are once again absorbed in the solution. The cycle is continuously repeated. Sub zero temperatures can be reached by absorption refrigeration systems. Ice can be made. Adsorption refrigeration: In this system solar energy is used to drive out the volatile component from a solid adsorber and build up the pressure. Examples are water vapour and silica gel adsorbent or ammonia and activated carbon adsorbent. The vapour is then condensed (rejecting heat). This is done with either water-cooling or air-cooling. The condensed liquid is then expanded to absorb heat from the space where refrigeration is needed. The vapours are once again adsorbed by the adsorbent. The cycle is continuously repeated. These systems are suited for cooling applications. These are old concepts and adequate published data is available on many variants. Commercial systems are working where waste heat is available. Like wise generating hot ware or steam using solar energy is a proven technology. The challenge is combining these two technologies into an economically viable system. Manufacturing process: The main activity is design and engineering. A good engineering design team with formal qualifications and experience in the refrigeration industry is needed. Manufacturing activity consists of fabricating different components like absorbers, heat exchangers. These along with necessary bought out items are assembled as compact units and sold are installed at clients site as per requirements...

General guide for technical analysis of cost proposals - U.S. ...

GENERAL GUIDE FOR TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF COST PROPOSALS FOR ACQUISITION CONTRACTS The purpose of this guide is to enhance the quality of the technical analyses of cost proposals to the Contracting Officer. In using this guide, it provides points to remember and questions to ask and considerations to think about when evaluating the proposal. This guide is intended for use by the Department of Energy (DOE) cost/price analysts, contracting officers (COs), contract specialists, and technical program/project managers involved with cost/price analysis. This guide does not cover the DOE managing and operating (M&O) or financial assistance activities. The technical analysis is one of key sources of information that the negotiator uses to support a request that the contractor adjust the amount of its estimated direct costs. Any adjustment in direct costs correspondingly adjusts the amount of indirect (overhead) costs. A technical analysis helps to ensure that the pre-negotiation objective is fair and reasonable. The contractor’s proposal being analyzed could be for a major acquisition, response to a Request for Proposal (RFP) regarding an ongoing contract, an engineering change proposal (ECP), request for equitable adjustment (REA), or a contract termination or claim. There are some situations where cost analysis is required when non-competitive actions for purchase of non-commercial items/services that exceed Truth in Negotiations Act (TINA) threshold ($700 thousand* with limited exceptions and other actions (commercial and noncommercial) where the quoted prices cannot be determined fair and reasonable by price analysis alone. KEY CONCEPTS Cost Analysis: Cost Analysis is used to establish the basis for negotiation of cost type contract prices where: Price competition is inadequate or lacking, and Price analysis by itself does not assure the reasonableness of prices. Technical Analysis: Technical Analysis is accomplished by personnel having specialized knowledge, skills, experience, or capability in engineering, science or management of proposed quantities and kinds of materials, labor processes, labor skill mix, special tooling, facilities, and associated cost drivers set forth in a cost proposal. Technical analysis is the examination and analysis of proposed resources to determine whether such resources reflect reasonable economy and efficiency. *Dollar threshold are subject to change, see FAR 15.403-4 for the current dollar threshold. An evaluation of a contractor’s proposal, made by personnel having specialized knowledge, skills, and experience in engineering, science, manufacturing, or management of the proposed quantities and kinds of materials, labor processes, labor skill mix, special tooling, and facilities. Technical analysis requires evaluation of each specific element of direct costs in the proposal, such as direct material, direct labor, and other direct costs (ODCs). The contracting officer (negotiator) has the lead responsibility for the performance of all administrative actions necessary for effective contract awards. In this role, the CO is required to coordinate a team of experts and requests and evaluates the advice of specialists in such fields as contracting, finance, law, contract audit, quality control, engineering, and contract pricing. The CO utilizes the advice, findings, and the recommendations to start the negotiation process by developing a pre-negotiation objective...

MARIN COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY

MARIN COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY ZONING AND DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION REQUEST Please choose one of the following informational services: A Pre-Application review is a written report that provides the property owner/applicant with information about the regulatory requirements applicable to a contemplated development proposal, including an overview of potential development and environmental issues. The response may also include a description of the County’s administrative procedures, information regarding application and submittal requirements, and environmental review. General Consultation $290 A General Consultation is an hour-long meeting that provides a verbal response to zoning and development questions. Topics discussed during a General Consultation typically include, but are not limited to general information about the County’s land use and development policies and regulations, the County’s permit process and administrative procedures, information regarding application and submittal requirements, and environmental review. Planning Information Packet $128 The Planning Information Packet provides basic zoning and Countywide Plan land use designation information, an aerial photo of the site, and copies of discretionary entitlements applicable to the property. Pre-Submittal Meeting (fees to be drawn from regular application fees after submittal) A half-hour-long pre-submittal meeting with a planner is recommended once the plans and other application materials have been prepared, but before submitting an application. Staff will review your application materials with you and provide you with a preliminary indication of whether the application materials meet the basic requirements for project review. Meetings must be arranged in advance, and are subject to the availability of planning staff. The property owner and/or applicant must complete and submit this form to the Planning Division along with the required retainer fee and information pertinent to the request. Please see below for more information regarding specific submittal requirements. For Pre-Application requests, the property owner and applicant must complete this form and provide a written description of the project (if available, please also provide site and building plans). A written response will be mailed to the property owner/applicant within 6 to 12 weeks depending on the complexity of the Pre-Application request. If necessary, a meeting with staff may be scheduled to discuss the PreApplication review. Materials submitted in conjunction with the pre-application request may be forwarded to other agencies and community organizations for review and comment...

Small Business Draft - Committee on Ways and Means

Strengthening the Economy and Increasing Wages by Making the Tax Code Simpler and Fairer for America’s Small Businesses Whether operated as sole proprietorships, partnerships, or S corporations, small businesses continue to be the driving force for economic growth and job creation in the American economy and have generated 65 percent of net new jobs over the past 17 years according to the Small Business Administration. Despite their significant contributions, however, small businesses and entrepreneurs face a daunting array of Federal tax rules and regulations that consume valuable time and resources. Consider the following small business facts: Tax compliance costs are 65 percent higher for small businesses than for big• businesses, costing small business owners $18 billion to $19 billion per year. Nearly nine out of every ten small businesses rely on outside tax preparers, and• according to data provided by the Internal Revenue Service, a business taxpayer spends an average of 23 hours on tax compliance. The current patchwork of complex and often inconsistent rules often leads to disparate• results depending on the organizational structure of the business. The combined impact of these tax costs and complexity means fewer resources to expand a business, hire new employees, and increase wages and benefits. Tax reform done right should make the code simpler and fairer, while strengthening our economy. The discussion draft is the result of multiple public hearings and witness testimony. As part of a broader, comprehensive tax reform package that significantly lowers rates for individuals, small businesses, and corporations, the draft reforms and simplifies a number of tax rules affecting small businesses and their workers. The discussion draft also offers two approaches to modernize the way the United States taxes pass-through businesses, such as partnerships and S corporations. In the interest of transparency, the Committee is soliciting feedback from a broad range of stakeholders, practitioners, economists, and members of the general public on how to improve this proposed set of reforms. To help strengthen the economy by helping small businesses expand operations, hire new workers and increase wages and benefits, the discussion draft contains several commonsense reforms that simplify tax compliance for small businesses and provide certainty with respect to the ability of small businesses to recover certain costs immediately. Spur Investment by Providing Permanent Expensing of Investments in Equipment and Property. The draft makes permanent section 179 expensing at pre-stimulus levels, allowing small businesses to deduct immediately investments in new equipment and property up to $250,000, with the deduction phased out for investments exceeding $800,000 (both amounts indexed for inflation). Without legislation, these levels will revert to $25,000 and $200,000, respectively, in 2014, which would be a tax increase for these employers. The draft also makes permanent the current-law provisions allowing computer software and certain investments in real property to qualify for section 179 expensing. This proposal is based on a provision of H.R. 886, introduced by Reps. Jim Gerlach (R-PA) and Ron Kind (D-WI). The proposal applies to tax years after December 31, 2013. Simplify and Expand Use of Cash Accounting for Small Businesses. The draft replaces the current array of complicated tax-accounting rules that apply to small businesses and farms with a uniform rule under which all businesses with gross receipts of $10 million or less may use the cash method of accounting...

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An emirate of the United Arab Emirates, Dubai lies right innards the Arabian Desert. Successfully combining technology with the best that nature has to proposal, desert safaris, super malls, beaches, Dubai is commutation right on top with its disproportionate buildings, and skiing to boot. Skiing in a infertile state!?! You can do it, in Dubai.

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