work file

work file

[′wərk ‚fīl]
(computer science)
A file created to hold data temporarily during processing.
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Rather, the focus is on the typical appraiser who undertakes an appraisal, and, in completing the appraisal assignment, collects information on the relevant property and related matters, and places this information in his or her work file. (1) Even if the appraiser is not a defendant in a lawsuit, information in the appraiser's records may be produced in such lawsuit, potentially leading to further litigation in which the appraiser might be a defendant.
Any future sexual harassment complaints will become part of the alleged harasser's permanent work file.
Needless to say, internal work file information often provides a wealth of information for market analysis and potentially comparable sales, even if it a repeat subject property.
In this example, if the otolaryngologist has the appropriate software, it will immediately recognize the reimbursement problem and assign it to a "hold status" work file for further action.
He was struck several times on the head and the youths snatched a work file he was carrying, plus a debit card was stolen.
It provides cataloging templates for various material types, allows records to be saved to a personal work file for easy retrieval for editing, and automatically generates control numbers.
However, unlike Schussler, most attorneys doing certiorari work file objections to tax assessments after they are issued, usually in January or February of each year.
AutoSave checks any file that is created or written to the disk to see if the file is a work file. If so, the file is compressed and saved to the backup location.
The software audits each claim, notes any missing data, and forwards the claim to the work file with an explanation of what is missing.
A department investigator requested that Eidson provide copies of both appraisals and work files. Eidson produced the appraisal and work file on one appraisal but said he could not find the second.