access gap

access gap

[′ak‚ses ‚gap]
(computer science)
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The new CAF II funds, combined with AT&T's latest technology, will help us significantly close the broadband Internet access gap in our state.
Setting a challenge for Welsh ministers, they state: "The Welsh Government should develop a clear five-year strategy for improving access in Wales which focuses on closing the access gap.
Today in New Hampshire, we have two new members of the dental team--a new expanded-function dental assistant and a certified public health hygienist to help close the access gap.
David Williams, a spokesman for the Texas Nurse Practitioners, said the growing supply of advanced practice nurses could fill Texas' primary care access gap - if they choose to practice in Texas.
A PS30MILLION Wales Economic Growth Fund has opened for expressions of interest from companies looking to access gap funding to support job creating projects.
This data suggests that mobile-friendly versions of patient portals could help close the online access gap for Medicaid patients.
If serious accidents were a real criteria in this decision-making, it's ironic that the most dangerous spot locally - the access gap to the Cross Keys Hotel on the A171 just a mile away - is still subject to the national 70mph limit.
However, one possible way to help fill the access gap is to increase private attorneys' pro bono activity.
The organisation is hosting the first ever conference on deaf awareness and career progression in Huddersfield in December, called Bridging the Access Gap.
Finally, the proposed legislation seeks to bridge the primary care access gap through a variety of measures, including: a statewide work force recruitment campaign; increasing enrollment slots at the University of Massachusetts Medical School for students committed to providing primary care in the commonwealth; and expanding the role of nurse practitioners as primary care providers.
The Zero-Gap is said to be a revolutionary range of tools which can easily and safely separate flanges with little or no access gap.
Although the percentages may have changed since 2003, it is unlikely that the access gap has been significantly reduced.