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What does ITT stand for?

ITT stands for Invitation To Tender

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The invitation to tender relates to the invitation to tender referred to kirkkonummelaisten, Helsinki, Espoo or Vihti Finnish or Swedish language in basic education and pre-school students participating, the Disabilities Act on the basis of the transport of the persons entitled to the carriage of Helsinki, Espoo and Vihti, as well as the municipality within the work center and a special school / club, transport, as well as the elderly combined taxi, day, and a sauna transport management of the public transport license or a taxi license under the invitation to tender in accordance with the identified routes.
The Invitation to Tender ( ITT) can be acquired on payment of a non- refundable and nonadjustable Rs 5 lakh between 10 am and 6 pm on any working day Monday onwards from the BCCI headquarters at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.
The invitation to tender comes on the back of the workshop hosted by Etihad Rail which took place this past June, and at which applicants to the pre-qualification process were advised on the imminent issuance of the three packages, followed by the issuance of the remaining Stage Two tenders over the next few months.
Summary: National Agency for Mining Patrimony (ANPM) launched an invitation to tender concerning 36 mining claims for the exploration and exploitation of industrial minerals in 21 provinces, the agency told APS on Wednesday.
The rejection of bids for non-compliance reasons illustrates the importance of paying attention to the details of the requirements as outlined in the invitation to tender which we take seriously, and this should be an important lesson for any company that plans to enter this auction process," said TRA general director Alan Horne.
GENEVA, Switzerland, August 2 /PRNewswire/ -- The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) today announced the official publication and launch of the invitation to tender procedure for the acquisition of European Mobile Media Rights for the XX Olympic Winter Games (Turin 2006) and the XXIX Olympic Games (Beijing 2008).
Following an Industry Day held earlier this month, to brief potential contractors and supply chain members on the scope and nature of the tender, Defence Estates are to move to the invitation to tender stage.
WA, Bloomberg-TPSA PW), Central Europe's largest telephone company, announced that The Ministry of The State Treasury of Poland decided to withdraw from the invitation to tender publicized on August 2, 1999, as France Telecom's offer of December 6, 1999 did not meet the Ministry's expectations.