administrative control


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administrative control

Direction or exercise of authority over subordinate or other organizations in respect to administration and support, including organization of Service forces, control of resources and equipment, personnel management, unit logistics, individual and unit training, readiness, mobilization, demobilization, discipline, and other matters not included in the operational missions of the subordinate or other organizations. Also called ADCON.
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Further, when these administrative controls were not strictly followed, real-time measurements could help prevent an overexposure by providing an early warning, allowing corrective actions to be implemented quickly.
The Minister has also issued directives that in order to streamline the system for smooth functioning of the official business, in future no officer from the attached departments/ organizations under the administrative control of the ministry is allowed to visit the Ministry unless required for official business.
The Administrative Control Department was established at the CSB by Decree number 31 for the year 2009.
The two sides stressed the importance of administrative control and transparency as well as human rights and their impact on progress of states and peoples.
HH the Emir received HE the Deputy Premier and Chairman of the Administrative Control and Transparency Authority at al Wjabah Palace in the evening.
On Monday, the committee will be listening to the testimony of a member of the Administrative Control Authority on the reports compiled on El-Shazly and former minister of housing Mohamed Ibrahim Soliman, said El-Gohary.
The transfer of administrative control of active-duty units to ACC ensures the Air Force core competency of combat search and rescue is directly linked to the combat air forces and the personnel they support, ACC officials said.
Finally, client software can leverage IP technology to provide substantial administrative control.
Last fall, newly hired CAO David Baker quit after days on the job, citing a lack of central administrative control among the problems in county government.
The Single Audit Act and circular A-128 require the auditor to determine and report on whether an entity has internal accounting and administrative control systems to provide reasonable assurance that it's managing federal financial programs in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
The result is that organizations can now automate file migration and retrieval from primary to secondary and tertiary storage, gain immediate and seamless access to migrated files, and achieve full administrative control over migration activity via policy maintenance.
5 ( ANI ): The former director general of ISPR has said that drone attacks dilute the impact of a successful army operation and that such strikes create hurdles in restoring administrative control in areas where military operations have successfully concluded.

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