closed file

closed file

[¦klōzd ′fīl]
(computer science)
A file that cannot be accessed for reading or writing.
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Outside counsel performance metrics/criteria Compliance with deadlines and 51% outside counsel guidelines Ratio of budget estimate to 47% actual matter expense Average cost per closed file 44% Work completion schedules 42% Defense cost / Indemnity ratio 33% File closure / Conclusion dates 32% Census timekeepers to determine 28% promotion of diversity on team Other 2% Source: IADC Note: Table made from bar graph.
External resources may be utilized to conduct closed file reviews to capture any claims that may not have made it to the subrogation team.
A supervisor needs to open the closed file. In the Manila busy counters I have not seen this ever done.
"My biological dad was a closed file, so I will never have a picture or much information about him.
Filed away in the general storeroom under 'B' was a closed file for The Beatles containing a treasure trove of information about the band, detailing their early days in Liverpool, playing the likes of the Cavern club.
During the last one year, AXA has launched several activities such as counter fraud, closed file review and insurance procurement in line with group strategy besides the web & IT solutions such as the addition-deletion portal, eligibility check, dental pre approval, CCHI uploader, HAAD e-claims and the completion of Waseel Project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.The INSUREX Awards ceremony was attended by around 300 insurance professionals, including decision makers from Arab and international insurance and reinsurance companies, regulatory agencies, brokers and banks from across the region, who had gathered in Dubai for the INSUREX Conference.
" For us, it's a closed file though the court has not accepted it.
CLOSED FILE: The charity says access to insurance becomes limited when people hit 65
"It has been estimated that it takes at least 20 to 25 minutes to locate a specific closed file, arrange for the file to be retrieved from archive, and then reviewed to determine whether or not RIPA was used for that specific prosecution.
All clients should be advised of where their closed files will be stored and who they should contact in order to retrieve a closed file.
Although the Canadian and Australian embassies in Cairo do resettle around one thousand closed file cases per year through their private sponsorship and family reunification programs, official recognition by UNHCR under the Refugee Convention for the most part is required to meet the resettlement criteria.