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deliverable

The measurable result or output of a process.
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Up to five of the 12 economic deliverables target the advancement of the region's digital economy, notably, the Asean digital integration framework action plan, the Asean innovation road map and the Asean declaration on industrial transformation to industry 4.0.
The aim is to increase and optimise productivity and support creativity by making the master grade more intuitive and image-driven, with the underlying technology making the creation of multiple deliverables more automated.
Nalon Kaine says the workshop was intended to bring together 25 ministries and agencies of government to formulate a roadmap as part of a 150-Day Deliverable package.
"We believe that keeping the group small with proven early adopters and innovators will allow a very aggressive 24 month timeline, with a very aggressive plan for immediate deliverables upon joining and ongoing deliverables every 90 days."
The tasks such as review and approval of deliverables across multiple offices and stakeholders are often labour-intensive, requiring large-scale coordination by a team of document controllers.
In this model, payments are made according to a predefined milestone schedule, with payment contingent on receipt and acceptance of deliverables that were defined before the contract was signed.
In addition, one of the main Commission deliverables is to outline a process and policy to decrease the cost of media production in order to enhance Dubai position both regionally and internationally.
Customs and Border Protection to have the SBI Executive Director, in collaboration with the SBInet Program Director, to revise and implement, as applicable, contractor deliverable review processes and practices to ensure that (1) contractor deliverables are thoroughly reviewed and are not constrained by late contractor deliverables and imposed milestones, (2) the reviews are sufficiently documented, and (3) the acceptance or the rejection of each contractor deliverable is communicated in writing to the contractor, to include explicit explanations of the basis for any rejections.
Vendors often provide multiple deliverables to their customers as part of a single arrangement or contract.
Often these product and service sales are negotiated at the same time with a single customer, resulting in a single contractually binding arrangement with multiple deliverables.
As SISP and EA approaches have common objectives and many other similarities, their deliverables are overlapping.