the Authority definition

the Authority means a billing authority in relation to whose area this scheme has effect by virtue of paragraph 4(6) of Schedule 1A to the 1992 Act;
the Authority means the body corporate previously known as the Financial Services Authority and renamed on 1 April 2013 as the Financial Conduct Authority;
the Authority means the Gas and Electricity Markets Authority established under section 1 of the Utilities Act 2000;

Examples of the Authority in a sentence

  • Within fourteen days after signing the contract, the Procuring Entity shall publish the awarded contract at its notice boards and websites; and on the Website of the Authority.

  • Bidders shall disclose any subcontractors to be used, and the Authority shall consider the supplier as the single point of contact.

  • Line items may be split into multiple orders, taking low items from each respective bidder, or orders may be awarded on an “all or none” basis, whichever is in the best interests of the Authority.

  • Within fourteen days after signing the contract, the Procuring Entity shall publish and publicize the awarded contract at its notice boards, entity website; and on the Website of the Authority in manner and format prescribed by the Authority.

  • Suppliers may have their names added to the list by submitting a completed Vendor Registration/Payee Application, and shall notify the Authority of any update information.


More Definitions of the Authority

the Authority means the Financial Services Authority;
the Authority means the Financial Conduct Authority;
the Authority means the authority or authorities of a State that has or have the administration of the Scheme on behalf of the State and, in a case where there is more than one authority, refers, where the context requires reference to one authority, to the relevant authority of the State;
the Authority means the Gas and Electricity Markets Authority;
the Authority means the Estate Agents Authority; “the Ordinance” means the Estate Agents Ordinance;