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system program

An executable file that is a component of an operating system. Many auxiliary files are generally part of an OS in addition to the kernel that resides in memory at all times. See kernel, DLL and system software.
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This award represents the company's first advanced seat comfort system program with a major premium luxury German brand.
The authors of the 2009 050 Study of Program Manager Training and Experience recommended that "OSD and the Services develop program manager career track designations or specialty codes based on the acquisition framework itself: the type of program assigned, e.g., weapon systems, services, information technology, etc." They suggested a PM assigned to a weapon system program in the TD Phase receive, in addition to general basic acquisition skills, phase-specific training and be awarded an occupational code indicating weapon systems/technology development that would make the PM qualified to work on other TD Phase weapon system programs.
Our research examined Air Force automatic test systems programs that differ in management approach-specifically, equipment managed as "common-core" at a separate office versus automatic test systems managed by a specific weapon system program office.
Engineering support, when necessary is requested by the TCG from the System Program Director (SPD) side of the house.
The Marine Optical Buoy (MOBY) project is a part NASA's Earth Observing System Program, and supports the validation of satellite ocean color imagery data that are used for understanding the global carbon cycle.
The quick ship system program offers two tray sizes for the Shuttle: 1250mm x 825mm or 1850mm x 825mm.
Students learn about forest values in an urban forestry program that utilizes AMERICAN FORESTS' CITYgreen software, a desktop Geographic Information System program that analyzes the value of trees and other natural systems.
For retirees who've chosen to get their insurance through a state retirement system program, the state simply sends the $55 to that program.
The initiative offers weapon system program offices a single point of contact to help facilitate the research, development, test and evaluation (T&E), procurement, delivery, and life cycle sustainment of affordable CBRN defense materiel solutions that meet the program's documented requirements.
Their article, "An Assessment of the Lead Systems Integrator Concept as Applied to the Future Combat System Program," discusses the vision of former Army Chief of Staff General Eric Shinseki for the transformation to a lighter, more lethal, and more survivable force.
Since August 2002, the EELV has been launched successfully six times using two contract launch providers, and the EELV System Program Office projected 25 to 50 percent in cost savings over previous launch systems initially through July 2003 and recently in May 2004.

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