chain command

chain command

[′chān kə′mand]
(computer science)
Any input/output command in a sequence of input/output commands such as WRITE, READ, SENSE.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Any chain command is sent to the ledger will require consensus.
The Blue Sky Center features a supply chain command center powered by Jabil inControl, the company's proprietary system.
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July 23, 2008 (WASHINGTON) — The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) revealed today in an interview with the 'Time' magazine that the Sudanese government sent an envoy to inquire about how far up the chain command he is willing to go.
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Although this person can be part of any unit of the organization, he or she can be most effective when situated somewhere in the supply chain command. In many organizations, security and compliance are such important issues that new internal positions are being created to address them.
In a nutshell, VICP is not an organizational structure but is a combination of processes, systems, and business rules that require a collaborative effort to maintain weapon system focus, the key element of supply chain command and control.
Where the drug chain commanded just 13% of the New York market a year ago, it now owns 15%.
(In greater Newark the chain commands fourth place in the market with an 11% share).
Trombetta estimates the local chain commands a 7 percent share of Hawaii's $30 million pizza market.