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Expected future work, usually with a high probability of being fulfilled.

Pipeline work may involve legal or moral / commercial commitments from one or both parties, but need not necessarily involve such commitments.

Work in the pipeline would normally imply significant successful preliminary activities on the part of the organisation seeking the work.


'Pipeline' can also mean a channel or system through which work is commissioned, delivered, or both.

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