retention period


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retention period

[ri′ten·chən ‚pir·ē·əd]
(computer science)
The length of time that data must be kept on a reel of magnetic tape before it can be destroyed.
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The contract also includes a single, three year Optional Ordering Period which is January 11, 2023 through January 10, 2026; a one year Optional In-payment Retention Period, which is January 11, 2026 through January 10, 2027; and two 6 month Optional In-payment Retention Periods, which is January 11, 2027 through July 10, 2027 and July 11, 2027 through January 10, 2028.
complete the destruction of the analogue / digital files / documents eligible for destruction, The retention period of which has expired; complete the destruction of the digital / analogue documents eligible for destruction, Whose retention period has not expired.
OSHA says it intends to cite employers for any inaccuracies in the illness and injury logs for a period of six months after the required five-year retention period.
A third complaint on September 1 closed because they provided me with a document in which the retention period is mentioned.
The Gujarat High Court has in a similar case held that withdrawal of amount during the retention period would not result in accrual of income if the original contract remains unamended.
The duration and nature of the retention period can affect the final sale price in a variety of ways.
Al Meherzi said that the system for the classifications, schedules and retention period for the special documents was a result of a detailed study by the NR, in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism.
RIM, however, said in a statement that 'the time periods are beyond the data retention period for the services offered by the company'.
Retention period of up to ten years for serious cross-border crime and 15 years for terrorism
The House was apprised that as and when the retention period expires, these quarters will be allotted accordingly.
Indefinite: It is used in cases for which the start point of the retention period is not known at the time the record is created.
The Board also adopted a new policy: Policy 20-23: Cases dismissed with Letters of Concern: clarification of basis for dismissal, reopening of such cases and case retention period.