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The report, titled Mitigating Risks in Global Manufacturing Operations, analyzed more than 250 companies and concluded that successful manufacturers integrate manufacturing solutions with risk solutions to address and mitigate risks.
However, partial restriction of research conducted on human embryos cannot ever succeed in practice in significantly mitigating this slaughter of the innocents.
As single-point responsibility for system availability shifts to the product support integrator under the program manager, PBL provides a powerful tool for mitigating obsolescence and making continuous modernization a reality for legacy weapon systems.
Research into the methods of identifying, projecting, and mitigating MSAT impacts will be required.
The public comments suggested that government policymakers should focus on mitigating risks within the existing structure of two clearing banks rather than on fostering development of a utility.
Xacta's strength in helping its customers better understand and manage their information security risk posture and SecurityTracker's expertise in researching and mitigating vulnerabilities make for a powerful combination.
These results showed that a combined fungal and enzyme treatment could provide a means of mitigating the problems associated with the build-up of detrimental organics during mill water system closure.
Senior Assistant City Attorney Bret Lobner said the negative declaration was a ``management decision'' based on value judgments that United had met the necessary criteria for mitigating any impacts from the project.
According to a recent decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, courts must consider appeals of decisions made under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) without regard to the mitigating circumstances that individuals use to control a medical condition.
Tropitone has taken a proactive approach to improve its application performance to meet its service level agreements, reduce the cost of retaining its data and mitigating the risks to customer satisfaction by ensuring its applications and databases are always available to its business users.