We've designed Liaise
to help busy knowledge workers handle the myriad of daily interactions they have both inside and outside of their companies and to keep them on top of their work.
Jayne Rowland-Evans, GKR director, said: "Rachel's first-hand experience of being able to effectively liaise
with people and her knowledge of design provides a perfect balance for the role.
They are going out there to help the family liaise
with the Japanese investigation team," the spokesman said.
Mandela said that United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan should liaise
with the Libyan Government on details for the men's trial in Holland.
Convery, who trained as a priest before turning to journalism, is also expected to liaise
with press secretary Father Noel Barry.
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with building certifier to successful completion of final inspection.
Ward officers will regularly liaise
with residents, shop owners and local councillors.
Director of rugby at Caldy Rugby Club Tony Atherton said: ``This appears to be an extremely unfortunate accident and we will liaise
with Ruthin to see if there is anything we can do for this young player.
I haven't liaised with Mr Mills because I can't see there is anything to liaise
with him about, having read his comments on Tuesday.
The money will be used to pay for a worker to liaise
with youngsters who are coming out of school, finishing a prison term, unemployed or without educational training.
Detectives flew to America to interview witnesses and liaise
with the FBI.
He has been appointed by Business Crime Direct to liaise
between firms and police to tackle business crime.
If not, a staff member will liaise
with civic centre council officers to answer any queries.
closely with the project coordinator and project managers to ensure good integration and synergy of all programme activities