working group


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working group

A team of individuals who work on a project and disband when it is finished. Working groups may last from a few weeks to several years.
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Before the meeting, each member of the working group writes a portion of the critical review.
The Working Group recommendations are the following:
While the Empowering Members Working Group was focused on process issues--as well as whether TEI's current policies might be productively revised--the Institute's committees continued their outstanding work on particular projects, which are discussed below.
With assistance, the BSC chair will integrate the results of the working groups and provide a rough edit for discussion at the ALA annual meeting in Toronto.
The working group began holding career fairs in Kenora and in surrounding communities so that people could learn about the company and its expectations.
Scientific Working Group for Friction Ridge Analysis, Study and Technology (SWGFAST)
One such working group in SNIA is developing a Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter Application Programming Interface (HBA API), which will facilitate the management of Fibre Channel HBAs by standardizing properties, discovered end nodes, LUN mappings, etc.
The initial member agencies of the CTCWG viewed protection of these sites as a primary focus of the working group.
At Johnstown, relevant data is gathered by the working group with the guidance of a quality consultant.
A second project, led by the Physical Link Layer (PLL) Working Group, focused on 40 Gbps Optical Signaling work.
While the working group was focused on process issues--as well as with assessing whether TEI's current policies and procedures might be productively revised or refined--the Institute's committees continued their outstanding work on particular projects.

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