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Importance of particular roles within UK enterprises for IT budget sign off
District Judge Gary Feess, who refused to sign off on the decree because he wanted to make sure he would be playing a role in overseeing the LAPD reforms.
Over the last three years, over 60 percent of the largest European companies have reduced their year end reporting by an average of nine days and over 55 percent have brought forward the audit sign off date by an average of 12 days," says Crispin Read, CMO of Cartesis.
The county haggled over who would sign off on the claims because that person could be held personally liable if problems are found with them later, and it is unclear who will sign off on the remainder.
As a result, traditional STA approaches do not scale to 65 and 45 nm and are unable to account for process and metal variations, causing designers to sign off on designs that may ultimately fail in silicon.
If he's in charge, then he should be the one to sign off on these.