deliver up to

deliver (something) up to (one)

To give or yield something to someone. I already delivered the budget report up to the finance department, so I can't add these receipts to it now.
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deliver something up to someone

to render or yield something to someone. Will you please deliver the documents up to Jane? Will you please deliver up the documents to Jane?
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It's not enough to switch to backup power in 10 seconds, when that interval is enough to lock up a server that runs critical enterprise applications, or to lock up networking systems and fail to deliver up to SLAs (service level agreements).