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The first research question focused on the characteristics of ACPs as reported in the literature.
As shown on the Figure, public health surveillance largely depends on investigation at the local level, where a determination is made that reported events meet case definitions for reportable and notifiable conditions.
4 days for reporting; the top-performing companies in the study reported financial closing and reporting cycles of five business days or fewer.
better align information reported externally with the information reported internally to senior management to manage the business.
At first glance, the change in reporting practice should seemingly be simple to implement because the spread is already reported as part of total compensation on Form W-2.
Hate crime data are reported both by agencies submitting data through the Summary Reporting System (SRS) and by those submitting data via the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS).
The small type in footnoted data advises readers not to consider "ongoing financial data" as an alternative to reported financial data, which "should not be considered in isolation" - a caveat no doubt added at the insistence of the auditors.
More specifically, assets and liabilities must be reported at their values at plan year-end, rather than at historical cost.
Schools reporting the highest growth in both headcount and full-time enrollment, located in Arkansas, California, Florida, and Maryland and including certain niche schools and a Michigan-based community college, reported the strongest growth in headcount between fall 2004 and fall 2005.
Many transactions previously permitted to be reported on Form 5, such as stock option grants, exercises and cancellations, must now be reported on Form 4 within two business days.
From October 24 to December 17, 2001, hospitals reported 240,160 visits and 7,109 intensive-care unit admissions in the surveillance area (population 6.
Most of the reports did not define the reporting structure of the internal audit department, although Merrill Lynch said its corporate audit department reported directly to the audit and finance committee of the board of directors; P&G noted that internal audit ultimately reported to the CFO, and two organizations, Fannie-Mae and General Electric, said internal audit was organizationally independent of the activities it reviewed.