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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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Fast track cardiac surgery pathways: early extubation, process of care, and cost containment.
Once apprentices have completed the Fast Track programme, they can progress their career by applying for a range of roles within the Civil Service.
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.
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.
Unlike Fast Track or Accelerated Approval, the Priority Review process begins only when a manufacturer officially submits an NDA/BLA.
Caring for those blinds is also vital and Fast Track provide a cleaning service on most blinds.
The major record labels sued the Fast Track sites and others in October, even while their own services were still no-shows.
Clearly, PCSO needed to overhaul its application and hiring process, Consequently, in January 2000, the agency implemented its Fast Track Hiring Process and established ambitious goals to make a hiring decision within an average of 30 working days after receiving an application.
The fight over NAFTA, the lost battle for fast track authority, and high-pro file anti-trade protests have called into question general support within the U.
Fast track bridges that confidence gap by requiring Congress to vote up or down on trade agreements without amendments and within a specified time period.