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In the second project, seven states (Michigan, Montana, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin) are being assisted in assessing and revalidating their existing external classification systems (the systems by which DOCs classify inmates).
TimeMeter interfaces with third-party payroll systems to streamline corporate check processing without revalidating or re-keying information.
Tenders are invited for Providing Consultancy Services For Revalidating Project Cost Of The C4 Project At Pncc
The successful launch was the culminating point of the Field Training Exercise of Army Strategic Forces Command which was aimed at ensuring operational readiness of a Strategic Missile Group, besides revalidating different design and technical parameters of the weapon system.
We are committed to revalidating our model on an annual basis as new credit data becomes available and Sarah has the talent and experience to be entrusted with this critical and specialized effort.
Limited Tenders are invited for Liaison Of Revalidating Of Dm-Noc Of Proposed Osts 2 At Ranebennur, Haveri
An added benefit of the overall solution is that it will deliver enhanced quality control and automation by revalidating fares at key moments within the fulfilment process and issuing the ticket automatically at the time of booking.
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The Company is in the process of producing batches of, and revalidating the manufacturing process for, Prochieve 4% (progesterone gel) to ensure that this product remains compliant with quality specifications and regulatory requirements.
The Bureau of Public Enterprise (BPE) has ended the privatization of NITEL and its arm Mtel, which began in2009, due to the failure of the selected bidder, Omen International Consortium, in revalidating its bid bond of $150 million before the mutually agreed time limit.