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for the puposes of data protection legislation, data is information which is being processed by means of equipment operating automatically in response to instructions given for that purpose, is recorded with the intention that it should be processed by means of such equipment, or is recorded as part of a relevant filing system or with the intention that it should form part of a relevant filing system. It need not be held on a computer.
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Forty-one (80%) jurisdictions reported receiving CCHD screening data from hospitals or birthing centers (Table 2).
Consequently, blood donor screening data might underestimate infection incidence because of the exclusion of symptomatic persons.
(6) However, it is worth noting that 1,271 (59%) of the infants in West Virginia where screening data was missing were born between September 2012 and December 2012 during the first quarter of CCHD screening data collection, compared to 41% (892) total missing data during the remainder of the first year.
As part of this data release, EPA is announcing the ToxCast Data Challenges, a series of challenges inviting the science and technology community to work with the data and provide solutions for how the new chemical screening data can be used to predict potential health effects.
"We are hoping that our new e-Cancer Notification System which collects cancer screening data and cases, will help us follow up and therefore provide better statistics on expat cancer patients and their survival rates," she added.
Long said the company had been defending itself since the Labor Department raised the issue over Baldor's 2006 employment applicant screening data.
The customer base of trade-mark attorneys, agents, global corporate counsels, and paralegals specializing in intellectual property needed access to reliable, up-to-date trademark screening data to compete in a global playing field.
Department of Homeland Security weigh the costs and benefits of forcing all-freight carriers to report inbound cargo screening data. In a report, GAO acknowledged that the DHS is currently addressing this recommendation, but some challenges exist.
researchers integrated gene expression profiling and RNAi screening data to identify genes involved in CCRCC development and progression.
They overview RTI in primary and elementary reading and give background on differentiated instruction models, then discuss a second model based on small-group learning center activities and new literacy technologies for the organization of universal screening data, including e-assessments.
However, in June 2010 GAO reported that TSA did not have a mechanism to verify screening data and recommended that TSA establish such a mechanism.
Screening data was compared to both teacher rankings and end-of-the-year achievement tests.

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