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Synonyms for readiness

Synonyms for readiness

the condition of being made ready beforehand

the ability to perform without apparent effort

Synonyms for readiness

the state of having been made ready or prepared for use or action (especially military action)

prompt willingness

(psychology) being temporarily ready to respond in a particular way

a natural effortlessness

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Develop and Shape Logistics Policy and Processes to Enhance Readiness and Logistic Capabilities--N4 has the responsibility for Navy logistics policy that ultimately drives the Navy's support processes.
This enterprise behavior model has been successful in identifying and understanding cost and readiness degraders, and removing barriers to efficiently deliver warfighting readiness to the fleet.
Figure 1, page 6, illustrates the construct and methodology of the readiness report.
According to Jeff Packard, Dimension Data's Global Head of Consulting and Professional Services, moving to the cloud is a complex process as there are many aspects to consider such as security, application migration, internal readiness, billing, authentication, single sign-on, and integration with other applications.
With the restructuring of the Air Force Reserve's three numbered air forces, senior leaders realized they needed to create readiness offices in each wing to effectively make sure members are ready to deploy.
Our meetings included many of the organizations that are framing the discussion about "college and career readiness," including Achieve, Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), the Education Trust.
The Navy Readiness Reporting Enterprise, enterprise readiness metric teams, cross-functional teams, type commander pillar teams, and type/series readiness matrix building teams have come together to produce a quantum leap forward in readiness reporting.
During this time, company commanders and battalion and brigade S-ls, in particular, must be especially diligent in executing the personnel readiness management (PRM) responsibilities and predeployment checklist prescribed by Field Manual (FM) 1-0, Human Resources Support.
In the absence of an Active Component (AC) electronic dental record, by 2006 the NGB dental surgeon's office had developed DENCLASS, an electronic dental record and dental readiness tracking system.
Though all states have early learning guidelines around what children should know and be able to do by kindergarten entry, very few states (just seven) administer a school readiness assessment to children upon school entry to monitor statewide readiness.
The new Defense Readiness Reporting System-Navy provides unit commanders with detailed resources information to assist in assessing readiness.
Paul Reville, who steps up to the position of state education secretary today, doesn't view Readiness Schools as a sneak attack on charter schools.
While the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Program Analysis and Evaluation test scenarios for assessing nuclear test readiness included a "demonstrative test," the Nuclear Test Organization (2) is focused on nuclear weapons test issues and ignores readiness to conduct a quick demonstrative detonation.
The current issue of Childhood Education seeks to address cognitive, socio-emotional, and physical readiness for learning, as they are broadly defined.
Only use the authorized readiness utilization codes that are found in Para 2-4a, AR 700-138.