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specifier

One who writes or prepares specifications for building construction.
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SLAs can also be written to specify quality requirements that deal specifically with the accuracy or effectiveness of configuration identification, configuration control, configuration accounting, and configuration audits.
Some compliance plans specify that the compliance officer shall ensure that all employees ate properly trained.
GD&T is a method to specify the dimensions and tolerances of a part so that it will meet its design intent, often to mate with other parts.
Specify that the HVAC system be designed to provide ventilation at, or in excess of, applicable standards.
Included in the definition of the measurand is a set of conditions that specify all the values of the influence quantities relevant to the measurand.
136 does not specify entries when the recipient organization is a trustee.
The guidelines specify that facilities should develop and implement policies and procedures that meet their own needs and situations and include the following elements I - VII:
If circumstances permit, the contract between the company and the retired senior executive should provide that the retiree will be available to the company a specified number of hours of consulting services per month or per year, and the contract should specify that the services will be performed at such times and places as are reasonably convenient to the retiree.
Most building departments clearly specify their minimum requirements for rubber systems.
6330 does not otherwise specify any details about the Tax Court's scope or standard of review.
THE NEW RULES SPECIFY THE DOCUMENTS AN organization must make available for public inspection and copy upon request, provide guidance on where those documents must be available, set conditions organizations may put on copy requests, describe the fees an organization can charge, offer alternative ways to make documents widely available and offer guidance on dealing with potential harassment.