Centralized structure

Centralized structure

Building in which all the principal axes are of the same length.

centralized structure

A building having all its principal axes of equal length.
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Adopting a more centralized structure for routine molecular testing can facilitate the development of integrated, comprehensive patient test reports.
He said the original constitution for the newly formed state was based on a federal structure, but along the way priorities changed and the country moved towards a centralized structure.
Prince Faisal bin Saud, deputy chairman of the committee, said it has a long-term vision to set up a centralized structure that would organize and supervise the sector according to approved international standards.
The Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) and Republican People's Party (CHP) announced their opposition to the package before it had even appeared; they were complaining about the dissolution of this centralized structure.
According to Katz, labor legislation of the New Deal and the union's vastly increased membership prompted ILGWU president David Dubinsky to press for an increasingly centralized structure designed to consolidate his power and to secure the union's alliances with the capitalist state.
Standard theory suggests that in the absence of communication costs, collusion among agents and renegotiation, the principal always prefers a centralized structure to a decentralized one.
A centralized structure focuses on having one or two MDS nurse coders for the entire resident population.
In fact, the role of sub national structures is not clearly defined, thus reinforcing the centralized structure of government.
As PACS has moved from a radiology-centric system to a mission-critical enterprisewide tool, decision-making has, in some cases, shifted from departmental to a more centralized structure.
The Taliban has adopted a centralized structure while employing a safe haven in Pakistan.
The 2008 results, Hanlin said, are especially gratifying because they were achieved while not only dealing with a record navel orange crop, but also while transitioning the co-op's sales organization to a more centralized structure.
Currently, SBA's 68 field offices--many of them in urban centers--are still undergoing the transformation to a more centralized structure.

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