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Relocates administrative procedures for signature of contract documents to the DFARS Procedures, Guidance, and Information (PGI); and deletes text on security requirements and IRS reporting requirements that are adequately addressed in the FAR.
``The city should work with the people that own the buildings to improve the area but not to always threaten to take our properties or to relocate what we worked a lifetime for,'' said Adriana Gammert, who owns a building on San Fernando Road, where she operated a boutique for 30 years.
To induce employees to relocate and facilitate their transition, employers offer various bundles of benefits; home purchase programs are often among the services provided.
and will relocate its headquarters to the property from New Brunswick, N.
While these benefits apply only if a team relocates to the Coliseum from outside California, the state agency, known as the I-Bank, wants the language to be stronger - that the Coliseum will not allow a team to relocate.
Due to a highway improvement project, Badger was required to relocate approximately 1,000 feet of a 25-mile pipeline.
Employers that relocate employees overseas often reimburse them for the added taxes they may incur in a foreign country.
American women are less likely than their male counterparts to accept an employer's request to relocate due to concerns about spouses and families, according to a joint survey released today by Worldwide ERC(R), the association for global workforce mobility, and Prudential Relocation, a Prudential Financial, Inc.