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adequacy

[′ad·ə·kwə·sē]
(electricity)
The existence of sufficient facilities within an electric power system to satisfy the customer load requirement under static system conditions.
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Lot 1 technical value adequacy of material and human resources (workforce) to meet deadlines or optimize them 10% -
HE added that due to the importance of such requirement to control capital adequacy for the financial institutions such as banks, insurance companies and the companies operating in securities the regulators of such institutions worldwide regulate the same through monitoring capital adequacy of the companies and their ability to encounter the risks for the stability of the financial system.
Both proposals would set provider directory standards, requirements for telling patients when providers are out-of-network, and network adequacy requirements.
The establishment of the adequacy requirements in a small power system is complicated due to relatively larger frequency regulation reserves.
The Indian government has stipulated that tier-I capital adequacy should be at least 8 percent for public sector banks.
Currently the capital adequacy ratio of domestic banks averages 11.
According to the CBRC, average capital adequacy ratio of Chinese commercial banks stood at 12.
At first glance it appears ironic that plaintiffs have enjoyed a higher rate of success in adequacy cases than in those grounded in equity.
CCCs also showed improvement in asset quality and capital adequacy with their delinquency ratio falling to 10.
As noted, the Framework would form the basis upon which the Agencies develop proposed revisions to their existing risk-based capital adequacy regulations.
Because BIA does not collect detailed expenditure data from its schools, GAO was unable to assess the overall adequacy of the funding.
The capital adequacy ratio of Resona Holdings stood at below 8% at the end of last September, making it the first major Japanese banking group to have a capital adequacy ratio below 8%.