work package


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work package

[′wərk ‚pak·ij]
(industrial engineering)
The amount of work required to complete a given job that falls within the responsibility of a single unit of the organization handling the project.
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The work package is expected to generate revenues of approximately $US 20 million over the next five years.
Partners in this Work Package are Ergomed Clinical Research Ltd.
A blue bookmark at the bottom of the screen means that the work package is bookmarked.
Although Strata manufactures other products, this work package is the first that Strata has bid for competitively and won, a statement said.
The belly fairing work package is the fourth A350 XWB work package allocated to the Manufacturing Centre following the agreements for the A350 rudder, A350 S19 maintenance door and A350 XWB elevators.
In the six months, the work packages were developed and assigned to the members and last year their broad responsibilities have been broken down into about 300 specific projects.
For example, if the work package is the purchase and installation of a piece of equipment, it might be 20 percent when the newly purchased equipment is delivered onsite; 80 percent when installed; and 100 percent when testing is complete and the equipment is operational.
Motivated by the availability of free flowing polymers as currently given or as to be expected in the future, the second work package within the SATPRO project dealt with a further development of the continuous mixing process.
Work Package # 2 consists of approximately 45,400 feet of drilling from two locations on the 7,810 Foot Level of the Creighton Mine using two JKS Boyles (Atlas Copco) B-20 deep hole underground electric hydraulic drills.
Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Work Package R-29
Item 4 in work package 0023 00-4 in the TM says "Use LSA above 0[degree] F and LAW below 0[degree] F", but 0023 00-6 says "Between 10[degree] F and -10[degrees] F use CLP, LSA or LAW.
April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- An intense three-month critical design review (CDR) of the development of Space Station Freedom's Work Package 1 has been successfully completed by NASA, with the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) and its prime contractor, Boeing Defense & Space Group, receiving approval for their work on the U.