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Turner stated, "I am excited about joining the Guidance Board and working with the talented team of people it has built.
School counselors have the opportunity to communicate developmental information and guidance to many students in middle school classrooms (Wittmer, 2000).
A discussion group of approximately 20 participants considered the topic of the use of computer technology in delivering and supporting career guidance services worldwide.
The TIPRA allows the Treasury to issue regulations or other guidance providing for the adjustment of the 30% limit, to reflect geographic differences in housing costs relative to U.
The guidance, released at a July 11 Web cast, is intended to assist smaller public companies to implement more effective internal control systems and ultimately to result in more proficient compliance with the Section 404 internal control reporting requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
Although the primary purpose was to improve academic instruction, federal funds also were available to provide relevant career guidance for students.
The proposed European guidance is the first to recommend long-term ecotoxicity testing for environmental risk assessment of pharmaceuticals from the outset of the proposed testing program (in contrast, U.
This special issue of The Career Development Quarterly (CDQ), together with the jointly published thematic issue of the International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance (IJEVG), presents the outcomes from an international symposium, titled International Perspectives on Career Development.
The agencies issued the guidance because they were concerned that some institutions may not have an adequate understanding of the risks associated with bank-owned life insurance (BOLI), including liquidity, operational, reputational, and compliance or legal risks.
Funk & Wagnall's dictionary defines a mentor as "a person who is charged with the instruction and guidance of another or a private teacher" (Landau, 1986, p.
Traubenberg referred to Notice 2005-10, which provides guidance on section 965 relating to incentives to reinvest foreign earnings in the United States.
Please provide comments on the planning guidance and the proposed metrics on the Acquisition Domain portal through the project discussions named "Comments on Draft Transition Planning Guidance" and "Comments on Transition Planning Metrics" by December 10, 2004.
NEW YORK -- The AICPA is now offering "Government Auditing Standards and Circular A-133 Audits, "which includes guidance on the 2003 revision to "Government Auditing Standards" and the Single Audit Act Amend meets of 1996 and the June 27, 2003, revision to Office of Management and Budget Circular A-133, Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations.
The FDA released Draft Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff; Hospital Bed System Dimensional Guidance to Reduce Entrapment on August 30, 2004, with a 90-day comment period ending November 29.