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Validated Export License
Source: Supply Chain & Logistics Glossary - Georgia Tech - The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute

 

Validation
Source: Supply Chain & Logistics Glossary - Georgia Tech - The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute

 

Validity
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Value
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Value Added
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Value Adds
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Value Analysis
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Value Chain
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Value Creation
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Value Engineering
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Value for Money
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Vanning
Source: Supply Chain & Logistics Glossary - Georgia Tech - The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute

 

Variable
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Variable Cost
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Variable Cost
Source: Supply Chain & Logistics Glossary - Georgia Tech - The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute

 

Variance
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Variation
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Variety Reduction
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Vendor
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Vendor Managed Inventory
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Vendor Rating
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Ventilated Container
Source: Supply Chain & Logistics Glossary - Georgia Tech - The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute

 

Vertical Integration
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Vessel Manifest
Source: Supply Chain & Logistics Glossary - Georgia Tech - The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute

 

Vessel Supplies for Immediate Exportation (VSIE)
Source: Supply Chain & Logistics Glossary - Georgia Tech - The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute

 

Viz.
Source: Supply Chain & Logistics Glossary - Georgia Tech - The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute

 

Void Agreement
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Volume Discount
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Volume Price Agreement
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

Vulnerability
Source: Procurement Glossary - CIPS - UK

 

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