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Czar argued the CFA's inapplicability from a "nature of the project" standpoint.
At one point in the film, Temur-bek invites the officers of the Czar to his wedding party.
In contrast to this approach to supply chain integration, some companies established supply chain czars who managed organizations cobbled together from various supply-side functions.
Asked if the appointment of a new manufacturing czar was one of them, he was noncommittal, saying only that "certainly we are better off with him than without him.
With CZAR II, the Observer will be able to package its daily and weekly publications onto a single order using its 76 advertising workstations.
Her report questioned the effectiveness of the city's current anti-gang programs and called for the appointment of a powerful gang czar who could coordinate intervention and prevention services among myriad agencies.
Across the river at the Pentagon, Rumsfeld's exit hits Cheney loyalists hard, as does the departure of Rumsfeld's right-hand man, Stephen Cambone, formerly the Pentagon's intelligence czar, torture-enabler and overseer of a vast expansion of domestic spying.
So-called Sgt Czar says: "As you know, we are being attacked by insurgents every day and by car bombs.
Pic is directed by Brent Huff ("100 Mile Rule"), and written by Czar Pictures' Alexander Izotov, who co-produces with Alexander Nevsky and Robert Madrid.
The 17-member commission that will choose the czar includes Hayes, an American tycoon, and Miles Lord, a black American lawyer.
Once nominated and confirmed, Frink will serve as the Bush Administration's Manufacturing Czar and will focus on ways to help the sector grow, create jobs and compete in the global economy.