work order

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notice to proceed

Written communication issued by the owner to the contractor authorizing him to proceed with the work, 1 and establishing the date of commencement of the work.
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With built-in reporting, administrators can reflect on trends to identify gaps in manpower, analyze vendor quality, and review the volume of work orders to optimize the process.
The contractor was given work orders on Thursday for the area's landscaping and beautification.
"Not only are work orders, inspection forms and time cards now completed and submitted in real time, but they are instantly accessible by our back office for processing," Kaluza says.
This mathematical form is commonly known as a document-term matrix, in which the rows represent different documents (e.g., work orders) and the columns represent the different terms.
Some other work orders included hanging up televisions, replacing light bulbs, and fixing leaky faucets in the White House.
The resignation came in the wake of reports that NPO granted additional work orders to three private printers in printing Social Security System (SSS) forms.
12, the Ministry of Labour issued an additional 23 orders, including three stop work orders, related to Vale's Coleman Mine operations.
Under the terms of the contract, the delivery of the products and services and work orders is anticipated to begin in 2015 and run through calendar year 2016 and beyond.
IFS Applications will be the central engine for handling cases and assigning work orders to field service staff based on data generated automatically by a network of smart meters.
--routine modification work orders that are published but not applied.
A stand-alone application available in the iOS (Apple platform), this app allows service technicians to record and track work orders via their smart devices.