retention period


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retention period

[ri′ten·chən ‚pir·ē·əd]
(computer science)
The length of time that data must be kept on a reel of magnetic tape before it can be destroyed.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Through a separate notice on Wednesday, the FBR reduced the retention period of plant, machinery and equipment brought under export facilitation schemes from 10 to five years.
The aim of the present study was to compare the clinical effectiveness of Essix and Hawley retainers, which are frequently used in orthodontic practice, during 1 year of the retention period. The null hypothesis was that the clinical effectiveness of Essix and Hawley retainers does not change with the appliance used.
F-Secure Oyj (HEL:FSC1V), a developer of data security products, announced on Wednesday the decision by its board of directors to extend the matching share plan for the company's personnel to cover people whose employment has started after the first retention period had ended.
If it is MAYBE, that could be because some or all the content has not yet reached its retention date, the period for which will; not apply at all; apply for the period of time the retention period is set for; or not apply because you need to keep the originals in perpetuity.
Under the Prime Minister Assistance Package, the retention period has been extended upto date of superannuation.
The contract also includes a single, three year Optional Ordering Period which is January 11, 2023 through January 10, 2026; a one year Optional In-payment Retention Period, which is January 11, 2026 through January 10, 2027; and two 6 month Optional In-payment Retention Periods, which is January 11, 2027 through July 10, 2027 and July 11, 2027 through January 10, 2028.
OSHA says it intends to cite employers for any inaccuracies in the illness and injury logs for a period of six months after the required five-year retention period. The final rule also states an employer must maintain accurate records on an ongoing basis.
A third complaint on September 1 closed because they provided me with a document in which the retention period is mentioned.
David Drake, manager, Global Data Management for Cooper, said, 'Triggering events are record specific dates that drive the retention period. We set out to find a solution that would allow our company to archive inactive information cost-effectively while providing a seamless look and feel for end users, without disruption.
Abdul Mohsen al- Hinai, Director General of the Directorate General of Documents Regularization at NRAA delivered a speech where he pointed out that the seminar, at which 40 participants from security, military and government departments take part, in addition to employees of NRAA, besides some officials from sisterly countries, will cover a number of issues including the management of data in archiving field, the research methodology in digital archives, the functions of the documents administration and how to create a system for document classification and retention period tables.
The Gujarat High Court has in a similar case held that withdrawal of amount during the retention period would not result in accrual of income if the original contract remains unamended.
One-year retention period. In deals with this term, the final purchase payments are based on the collected billings from the seller's clients for the first year following the closing.