He rightly cautions that these terms simply reflect unproven assumptions that officials repeatedly mentioned as receivers and disbursers
of goods or services headed bureaus and that their records constituted their archives.
MIST's established customers, developed through relationships over a period of 16 years, include banks, payment processors, retail merchants, mass merchandisers, and government benefits disbursers
located in the North and South America.
Suppliers are also using the Xign network to accelerate payments from participating disbursers
Baptist churches and associations in the 1800s increasingly described diaconal functions in administrative, business, and management categories, with an emphasis on deacons as managers, trustees, boards, treasurers, assessors, collectors, and disbursers
of church funds, often to the neglect of the more caring and supportive ministries.