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SOP

(1) (Small Outline Package) A small-dimension, plastic, rectangular surface mount chip with gull-wing pins on its two long sides. See gull-wing lead, TSOP, SOJ and chip package.

(2) (Super OPerator) An IRC channel administrator who has capabilities below the channel's founder, but higher than automatic operators (AOPs). SOPs can vote for new SOPs and AOPs as well as add and remove AOPs. They provide tech support for the channel and can also ban a user permanently by setting an "akick" (automatic kick). Channel operators earn their status by being involved in the channel. See IRC and AOP.
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Appoint a junior officer and noncommissioned officer to update, publish, and distribute a company SOP using the battalion tactical SOP as a guide.
Through sports competitions and community events, the SOP also targets to reinforce the links between sport and investment.
Tools for SOP tracking and when is validation required
During your dry run, you should match your validation deliverables to your SOPs and processes to confirm the adherence to policy.
Companies that received a favorable recommendation had much higher SOP approval percentages.
Each detailed record on the I/O table is analyzed and assigned to one or more of the detailed SOP codes.
The Individualized Education Program (IEP) team should discuss what needs to be included in the students SOP prior to termination of special education services.
Thus, writing an SOP may satisfy a compliance requirement.
As explained by Professor Rao Tummala, PRC Director, the center's research mission revolves around exploring, developing and demonstrating the SOP concept.
With the issuance of SOP 97-2, later clarified by SAB 101, finance organizations had to enhance the 'Quote-to-Cash' process to ensure additional focus was given to revenue recognition," said Mrinalini Ingram, Cisco System's finance director for Global Revenue Accounting.