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IRM

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IRM

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IRM

(1) (Information Resource Management) See Information Systems and information management.

(2) (Information Rights Management) Digital rights management (DRM) that applies to documents rather than copyrighted songs and movies. IRM provides methods for securing documents and distributing permissions to users for editing or copying sensitive material. See DRM.

(3) (Inherited Rights Mask) In NetWare 3.x and 4.x, a filter that defined the access rights that were passed down from the parent directory.
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IRM sent BMC staff to FSI for training on the newer technologies, and the BMC staff gained the jobs of providing Tier-2 telephone and on site support to their SMART users.
Judicial erosion of Tweel, IRM amendments, and the amendment to Rule 408 have caused practitioners to pause and carefully reevaluate once-established methods in representing clients before the IRS.
IRM applied this approach on behalf of a pipeline operator seeking to build EPRS and contingency thinking into operations for a new subsea trunkline in Russia.
Mission Nairobi's information systems security officer accompanied George Mimba, the Locally Employed staff regional information systems manager, Political Counselor Eric Kneedler, and Fabrikant on Nairobi IRM's first outreach program.
Nausheen Zahra, a training participant from Muzaffargarh said, 'since I attended an IRM training programme for dress designing, it has changed my life altogether.
(3) Although Figure 1 does not detail each of the GCPAs and SMPAs as presented in the TIGTA report, it is sufficient to facilitate the discussion of the collaboration and elevation that is stipulated in the IRM and to suggest how the organizational structure should be navigated.
Patients were categorized into 3 analysis groups according to clinical significance of platelet levels, as follows: IRM less than 100 X [10.sup.3]/[micro]L (thrombocytopenia), IRM between 100 X [10.sup.3]/[micro]L and 450 X [10.sup.3]/[micro]L (normal), and IRM greater than 450 X [10.sup.3]/[micro]L (thrombocytosis).
7602(a) that permit the 1RS to examine any records deemed relevant for confirming the correctness of a return and the application of these rules in the IRM with respect to NOLs create two potential pitfalls for taxpayers.
Product features available from the Seclore IRM solution include:
The IRM was revised to reflect that most conferences in Appeals will be conducted by telephone effective Oct.
Independent Risk Management Systems (IRMS), the independent authority in emergency pipeline repair, has introduced Valve Integrity Management Solution (Vims), an innovative method of maintaining critical pipeline valves to the highest performance standards and criteria that can save up to 70 per cent in lost production, excluding the substantial cost of associated labour, equipment and specialists.