Submission Location definition

Submission Location means the submission location identified as such in the Summary of Key Information.
Submission Location means through the Bidding System by electronic submissions only.
Submission Location means the City’s purchasing department located at: 400 City Hall Square EastSuite 403Windsor, Ontario N9A 7K6

Examples of Submission Location in a sentence

  • A Respondent may amend or withdraw its Response at any time prior to the Submission Time by delivering written notice to the Contact Person at the Submission Location prior to the Submission Time.

  • Responses to this RFQ must be received at the Submission Location before the Submission Time as stated in the Summary of Key Information.

  • Submission Location shall be to the Office of the Township Clerk.

  • Proposals not received by the District at the Submission Location prior to or at the Submission Time due to delay in delivery by the postal service or by the internal mail system of the District will not be considered and will be returned unopened.

  • Proponents must submit the technical portion of the Proposal to the Submission Location by the Submission Time for Technical Submissions.


More Definitions of Submission Location

Submission Location means the location identified as the Submission Location in the Summary of Key Information, as such location may be amended from time to time by Addendum to this RFQ.
Submission Location means the Broadway Subway Project Office, Suite 1100 – 401 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC, V6B 5A1.
Submission Location means electronic submission by email with attachments in the email, via the Contact Person.
Submission Location means Suite 1100 – 401 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC.
Submission Location means the location, as described in this RFP, to which Proposals must be submitted before the Submission Time.
Submission Location means the submission location identified as such on the cover page of this RFP.
Submission Location means the submission location identified in Section 1.2.