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At the time the CEO learned of his disclosure error, he had 24 hours to publicly disseminate the material information.
Administrators should develop, formalize, and disseminate a specific command structure that clearly delineates the responsibilities of and the authority given to these supervisors and commodity managers commensurate with their positions.
In other words, the government should disseminate its information only when vendors cannot turn a profit by doing it.
Preliminary results indicate that large public libraries actively disseminate health information to patrons.
MCIA supports the Geographically Linked Information Dissemination Environment (GLIDE) to disseminate intelligence imagery products to operating forces and the larger intelligence community.
The major intervention was to disseminate these ward-specific rates to nursing staff.
It will allow the JRIC to gather, collate, track, analyze and disseminate intelligence information in real time, including counterterrorism tips and leads.
5 million grant from The California Endowment, aims to identify, incentivize, and disseminate innovative practices related to culturally appropriate health care services and reducing health care disparities.