ASA Position Notice....

Smacktard

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What's the deal with this taking so long? Didn't it close on Sunday? Looks like the 700/900 is going pretty senior judging by the standing bids...
 

TOOL CRIB

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They have 10 days from closing as per the contract.
 

GearUpLightsIn

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Hopefully this means they are trying real hard to get it right the first time... Hopefully.
 

asayankee

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They have 10 days from closing as per the contract.

Also according to the contract:

4. A position notice will include the following:​
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a. Position notice number.
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b. The number of vacancies and/or reductions by position.
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c. The effective date of the award or assignment.
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d. A deadline date for bid closing, which will be no earlier than ten (10)
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days from the position notice date.
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e. Date final award is to be posted.
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f. The projected minimum and maximum number of positions, on the
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effective date, for which vacancies are posted. Such projection is
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intended to be informative only to assist pilots in the bidding process.
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g. The number of positions shown on the most recent assignment sheet
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for which vacancies are posted.


So...since they didn't post a date the final would be released, didn't they violate the contract????​
 

79%N1

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If BM is in charge, they probably violated the contract, it will take too long to post, and it will be done wrong!
 

the palm

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They were waiting for me to give it my approval.
 
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