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Our analysis found that three out of these five are related to equity goal; trade-off II (prioritize those who are able to pay than the poor and informal sector), trade-off IV (prioritize the well-off than the worse-off) and trade-off V (move from out of pocket payment by households to a less progressive mandatory prepayment source of finance).
Now they are going to have to resolve that by explaining how they will balance the trade-off between the different things that they promised which are mutually incompatible.
After numerous interviews, review of our acquisition training and case studies of randomly selected Fiscal Year 2013 competitive awards of more than $1 million each, GAO reported: "DoD's reasons for choosing LPTA or trade-off were generally consistent with guidance in the FAR [Federal Acquisition Regulation] and DoD's source selection procedures .
A trade-off defines the limits of what is possible at any given time.
Observa-se que, enquanto praticamente metade dos profissionais entende que identifica e analisa amplamente os trade-offs relevantes (55%), o trade-off nivel de servico versus custo total (52%) e os impactos economico-financeiros (51 e 53%), a outra metade conclui que identifica e analisa pouco ou parcialmente esses aspectos.
In fact, before fuel economy became important in the last twenty years or so, this trade-off had been the most important consideration in tire performance balance.
In the WLC method, a low score on one criterion can be compensated by a high score on another; this is known as trade-off or substitutability and is quite different from the Boolean options, which are absolute in nature.
PRINCETON, NJ -- For the first time in Gallup's 25-year history of asking Americans about the trade-off between environmental protection and economic growth, a majority of Americans say economic growth should be given the priority, even if the environment suffers to some extent.
Assim, por exemplo, New (1992) defende a existencia do trade-off entre customizacao e tempo de entrega.
It's rewarding when we can wrestle with the design and find a creative solution that ultimately eliminates the need for a trade-off.
Yes, there will be a slightly longer wait in the middle of the day, but the improvement in rush-hour service is worth the trade-off.
ERM quantifies a central issue in managing franchise value: the trade-off between profits and risk.