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resource

[′rē‚sȯrs]
(science and technology)
A reserve source of supply, such as a material or mineral.

resource

An element of hardware, software or data that is part of a larger system. For example, network resources are the available servers, disk arrays and printers in the network. Software resources can be programs, utilities or even smaller elements within a program. Data resources are the files and databases that can be accessed.
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136 includes a flowchart that illustrates the decision-making process an NPO will follow in implementing the statement and outlines journal entries the resource provider, the recipient organization and the specified beneficiary will make.
Clearly, the methods of systems analysis may be applied to a wide spectrum of problems including but not limited to water resource problems and issues.
This knowledge in action, as a form of client advocacy, also serves the important educational function of helping a person to learn self-advocacy related to resource utilization.
The 1990 RPA Program takes a different tack, reexamining the current roles of the Forest Service programs in light of current resource data and major policy issues.
Companies must not only develop a strategic marketing mix that will be most effective for their brands but also be prepared to back the chosen promotional activities with sufficient resources.
For example, the number of subject and keyword terms applied in expert-created records that describe resource themes are much more numerous than in standard library catalogs.
To create a true virtualized infrastructure, organizations must consider both resource virtualization and application (services) virtualization.
Today, a new kind of natural resource analysis has assumed priority in quarters that might once have surprised environmental managers.
Before earning the seal, Resource Marketing had to examine its marketing strategy and consider ways to encourage customers to do business online.
Resource sharing is one of the primary functions of the libraries, which has enabled them to provide increased access to information for their users.
Additional funding based upon grants, foundations, and allied organizations then becomes a resource to enhance an already existing and functional program.
Raffensperger concedes that even if the federal government does eventually pursue a similar approach of using preemptive precaution to protect resources, this will not resolve all resource equity problems.