constituent


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voter

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serving as part of a whole, as a nondetachable part of a larger unit

one of the individual entities contributing to a whole

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Ministry of Energy would have two constituent divisions;
Constituent badges are a feature users can turn on or off to let elected officials know they're one of the people that elected official is representing.
For the first approach, the influence of semantic transparency is described in terms of whether the meaning of the constituent is able to influence the activation of the compound's representation.
Overall Purpose: The University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) is seeking proposals for the provision of a comprehensive Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) solution that shall allow integrated and coordinated communication from all university lines of business with all university constituents.
As governments strive to provide more personalized public services, they are looking to CRM solutions, which can help align service delivery with constituent needs and address numerous pain points," says Ben Madgett, Public Sector Technology Analyst at Datamonitor and the report's author.
Constituent contact information (name, address, phone, email, etc.
Constituent may also be defined as "a component" or "part of" something.
Until now, people who maintain constituent data have been forced to rely on data repositories that do not effectively gather and integrate new constituent information that is gathered online," said Tom DeBacco, president of iMODULES.
To remain competitive, Pratt also had to move constituent services online.
Legislative casework, also known as constituent casework, has been an integral part of constituent services in state and federal elected offices for the better part of two centuries.
City officials opened the building - formally called the Marvin Braude San Fernando Valley Constituent Service Center - with great fanfare, insisting it would help rejuvenate Van Nuys.
A proposal from the Pittsburgh Society would have allowed Constituent Societies to accept local-only members, while maintaining the current regulations coupling Federation Full, Educator/Student, and Retired Membership to only those persons that also were Society members.
The current FAF trustee appointment process is based on eight constituent organizations that submit names of prospective trustees when their respective seats on the FAF Board of Trustees open.
Looking forward to the sunset process and implementation of the national standardized license proposal, Ueltzen believes that the need for constituent involvement will continue to grow.
Basically, it focused on mobilizing constituent anger in states where a Senator or Representative faced a serious challenge.