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fast track

A method of construction management in which building construction begins before all construction details have been finalized in order to speed completion of the project.
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The Fast Track designation is a significant milestone for talabostat and an important step in moving forward with the development process.
These forward-looking statements involve substantial risks and uncertainties including without limitation the uncertainty and expense of the clinical trial programs and uncertain regulatory approval process for new products (including those granted fast track designation by the FDA) and the commercial feasibility of early stage development products.
Congress has included negotiating objectives in past fast track authority legislation requiring trade deficit reduction, adequate attention to workers' rights, provisions to address unfair tax rebate policies and other provisions that were not achieved in final trade agreements.
But high police officials have said that fast track promotion will boost the morale of educated police personnel and it will also not affect the departmental promotion of less educated employees.
The Fast Track program of the FDA is designed to facilitate the development and expedite the review of new drugs that are intended to treat serious or life-threatening conditions and that demonstrate the potential to address unmet medical needs.
Congress has extended fast-track authority a number of times and some residual fast-track authority to build on existing agreements is still in place, but the last grant of fast track was made in 2002.
Since fast track issues remain under the jurisdiction of the TEGE division responsible for conducting the examination, any ultimate resolution must be approved by the TEGE.
A single subscription to Fast Track is $79; multiple-copy and multiple-year discounts are available.
In the meantime, Napster's top successor became the Fast Track network, which allows users to freely exchange music online, download and listen to it on their computers, move it to portable MP3 players, and even burn their own CDs.
The first step in implementing the Fast Track process involved accepting only complete applications submitted personally by the applicant directly to the PCSO's Human Resources Division.
Barshefsky argues that reinstating fast track should no longer be a priority for the U.