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Mid-level law enforcement managers, similar to military officers, must think critically and creatively and act decisively in stressful and uncertain situations to effectively and efficiently solve problems.
Students will be able to determine the extent of information needed, access the needed information effectively and efficiently, evaluate information and its sources critically, incorporate selected information into their knowledge base, understand the economic, legal and social issues surrounding the use of information, and access and use information ethically and legally.
how prevention campaigns should be designed to effectively communicate with audiences with differing levels of health literacy); 3) design and evaluate health literacy diagnostic and/or communication tools to help health care professionals identify and communicate more effectively with consumers with different levels of health literacy (e.
source income effectively is increased and net foreign source income effectively is reduced by operation of these rules.
Thus, foreign-source income earned by a foreign seller using a website maintained by an independent ISP should not be effectively connected to a U.
The resulting design compromises of 3G networks, which are optimized for voice, impair their ability to deliver high-speed, low-latency data cost effectively.
Clearly communicating change and why it is occurring to help employees accept change, support it, and cope effectively.
In fact, in some cases where encapsulation was effectively developed and sustained, furnace performance was exceptional and lining life well above normal.
It bound to HIV protease in vitro 10,000 times more effectively than to several other human proteases.
It is imperative that we have the ability to effectively manage those transactions to protect against activities such as denial of service or directory harvesting attacks.
Described by one agency as the "volume challenge," (1) local, state, and federal agencies alike all struggle with an ever-increasing amount of information that far exceeds their ability to effectively analyze it in a timely fashion.
Information literacy may be defined as "a set of abilities requiring individuals to 'recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate and use effectively the needed information.

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