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IPP

(Internet Printing Protocol) A protocol for printing and managing print jobs over the Internet using HTTP. Initially conceived by Novell, Xerox and others, the IETF made it a standard in 2000 that includes authentication and encryption. See printing protocol and LPD.
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The successful applicant will also need to ensure that IPP grant recipients implement their M&E plans, and continue to run them to the necessary standard throughout the life of their projects, and this will require support from the successful supplier to support grant recipients and act as an independent quality assurance function.
The new IPP will be valid for three years (until 2016) but will be subject to annual review.
Looking at how it could reduce transport miles across its supply chain and overcome the effects of an unreliable pallet delivery service into its site, which caused ongoing problems in production areas, Wagg switched to IPP Logipal's dependable yet flexible one-way trip pallet solution.
But Enron is still working on its IPP project for Lagos, although the terms of its deal have been widely criticised and even the World Bank has questioned the privileges which the US company obtained in its agreement).
The IPP is a great opportunity for Fonix," says Tim K.
The Parole Board is doing its part to make progress in reducing backlogs and releasing IPP prisoners who can demonstrate they are not a risk to the public.
The 2014 IPP aims to "clearly target investment opportunities and needs to fill gaps in the supply or value chain; boost sectors with latent or obvious competitive advantage; and offset market imperfections.
Eng Naef bin Mohammad al Awaed, CEO of Dhofar Generating Company told Oman News Agency, 'The Salalah 2 IPP started its commercial operation on January 1, 2018, in addition to the existing 273MW plant, thus the company has become the largest producer of electricity in the Governorate of Dhofar.
The 2017 IPP serves as blueprint in guiding local and foreign investors in matching their entrepreneurial and financial capacities with the identified opportunities to steer the countrys economic growth to a broader and sustainable path.
The current IPP lists only eight preferred activities: Manufacturing; agribusiness and fishery; services; economic and low-cost housing; hospitals; energy; public infrastructure and logistics; and public-private partnership (PPP) projects.
However, although IPP has been abolished for new prisoners, it is still in place for those who were given IPP sentences at the time of their conviction.
This year's IPP also introduced innovative features, such as the principle of geographical application, which takes into consideration the impact of an economic activity in the particular region, province, or cluster of local government units.