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a device used to do work or perform a task

to carry out the functions, requirements, or terms of

to compel observance of

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Most people in financial planning are in the Preventative and Accommodating areas of the Implementor action mode unless they happen to be changing careers from something where people used their hands and built things.
The creator population hand their information to the implementor population, share their knowledge by defining the exact context and demonstrate their technology via an application.
Without creators there is no need for implementors.
Mitra was also charged with one count of graft or violation of Section 3(e) of the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act for criminally giving undue benefit to GabayMasa and causing injury to the government when he selected GabayMasa as project implementor even though it was not qualified.
He [President Aquino] does not fall in the category of an author, proponent or implementor of this program.
Working closely with project implementors and FCO's network of overseas missions, the Prosperity Fund has supported projects in its main markets of Indonesia, Malaysia, Burma, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines -- providing technical assistance, building capacity, encouraging stakeholder discussions and sharing the UK experience.
Federal and state laws guide how patient information must be treated, and since some laws can seem to conflict or be open to interpretation, it is important for HIE implementors to work within the regulations of each state they operate in.
As institutions charged with education, research and training, our purpose is not to be construed as that of handmaidens of industry, implementors of the skills agenda, or engines for promoting social justice," she said.
The new quarterly magazine is designed to assist IT decision-makers and implementors who use technology "to build a more effective federal government.
The IMPI protocols were designed by a steering committee of current implementors of MPI.
50 implementors, state library agencies, bibliographic utilities and service organizations, libraries and library consortia, and international representatives from the Bath Profile initiative.
Drawing on Kaufman's (1973) analysis of the reasons for noncompliance in public sector organizations, Van Meter and Van Horn (1976, 47) identify three fundamental barriers to policy implementation: dispositional problems (when implementors do not want to do what they are supposed to do), communication problems (when implementors do not know what they are supposed to do), and capability problems (when implementors are not able to do what they are supposed to do).
50 to be used effectively for resource sharing, implementors, particularly library system vendors, must begin to support agreed-upon mechanisms transferring locations, holdings, and circulation information in a standardized way.
The book ends with advice for academia, conservation groups, and funding sources but leaves the specifics up to the implementors.
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