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physical, mental, financial, or legal power to perform

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And in the 36 specialists assigned to the combatant commands, we have placed those folks in support of the Unified Commands in order to better understand those countries that they are engaged with, to better understand the medical circumstances and capabilities and to provide that medical footprint forward that often allows us to open the door, engage in dialogue and in fact arrive at a very productive interchange with many of those countries.
The ongoing fleet AIS lessons learned will go a long way toward defining capabilities as AIS transitions from RDC to Program of Record.
Training represents the first initiative in assessing host country CT capabilities.
We support global Air Force operations; we assist our friends and partners in achieving the necessary capabilities to protect their interests, maintain security, deter aggressors, and win decisively.
GE continually benchmarks vendors against its internal capabilities.
The OSDL DCL Working Group defined Linux capabilities and assigned priorities based on what companies need in Linux to support demanding, enterprise-class applications such as high-end on-line transaction processing (OLTP) and decision support," said Steve Geary, director of Linux Engineering at HP and chair of the DCL Working Group.
As capabilities of software products migrate toward EMR-type functionality--including improved documentation of pharmacy, laboratory and radiology data, improved risk incident reporting, and the capability to include more focused resident assessments--the original product capability for MDS automation (RUGs reporting with links to billing, as well as RAPs and triggers) will be maintained.
These include costs such as: additional software and hardware that may be required, personnel who may be required to operate the software, technical support and software upgrades to provide additional capabilities or handle additional casting processes.
Company has complete mold design and building capabilities.
SuperCalc offers 3-D capabilities that are very similar to Lotus version 3.
What customer-controlled financial messaging capabilities are priorities among FIs?
How do we defend the net on which all our capabilities depend?
CSTC-A determined that the marginal utility, in terms of operational capability, derived from the last dollars spent on medical capabilities outweighed the marginal benefits derived from additional funds for equipment, operations, or training in other sectors.
For us, it was capabilities we had developed in Pakistan supporting OEF which we could immediately redirect to support humanitarian relief efforts.
A key facet of transformation is realigning our global defense posture, that is, updating the types, locations, numbers, and capabilities of our military forces, and the nature of our alliances.