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Synonyms for backlog

Synonyms for backlog

Synonyms for backlog

an accumulation of jobs not done or materials not processed that are yet to be dealt with (especially unfilled customer orders for products or services)

the large log at the back of a hearth fire

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something kept back or saved for future use or a special purpose

accumulate and create a backlog

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A spokeswoman for HM Courts Service said: "As part of the consultation we reviewed all operating costs and backlog maintenance figures to ensure the final impact assessment correctly reflects the initial and ongoing cost saving which could be found from closing the courts under consultation.
Even more importantly, the staff assigned to answer the phones during this backlog elimination effort should be separated and in effect "walled off" from the transaction staff.
If you complete a three-hour job, only three hours is relieved from the backlog, whether it took five hours to complete or only two.
Use the database tool to calculate the current FCI, which is the dollar value of the One-Year Deferred Maintenance Backlog (DMB) divided by the CRV of the building.
With a backlog, you will no longer scramble for work as one project winds down, no longer have to hire additional labor to finish jobs that spiraled out of plan.
An informal survey of the situation at some other technical journals gave us some idea of how they are handling backlog situations.
He said: "Garda and Army instructors should be seconded to the testing service to remove the backlog of people waiting to do their driving test."
The Lord Chancellor is satisfied that progress has been made on the backlog since last summer.
NPCA recently released a report, The Burgeoning Backlog, to draw attention to the growing backlog of deferred maintenance in America's national parks, estimated to be as much as $6.8 billion.
Before we go any further, allow me to define what a backlog is.
I think that a great deal of energy and resources will need to be focused on what one of my colleagues calls the "funny formats"--including tape and film--that are often set aside and forgotten in the backlog of materials we don't have the time, money, or expertise to preserve.
Rodrigo Pagotaisidro, CHLM OIC-chief, said Monday they are currently carrying out data gathering activities and consultative meetings to secure stakeholder input for the crafting of a shelter plan, which seeks to address the city's housing backlog.
"Whether you call it a 'backlog' or not, the point remains: you have a lot of other work to do," Robredo's spokesperson and lawyer Barry Gutierrez said.
American contractor McDermott said its Q2 2019 revenues in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena), worth $399m, were buoyed by contributors such as Saudi Arabia's Sasref and Saudi Aramco's Safaniya Phases 5 and 6, Oman's Liwa project, and Adnoc's Crude Flexibility programme in Abu Dhabi, with the company's operating income in the Mena region impacted "by transitioning from mature backlog to newer contracts".
The Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) on Monday disputed the claims by Vice President Leni Robredo that they have more than a million 'backlog' cases, saying that it was a 'mischaracterization' of the cases' status.