interdivisional

interdivisional

(ˌɪntədɪˈvɪʒənəl)
adj
existing or occurring between divisions, esp the divisions of an organization
Translations
interdivisionnel
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Previous AASL leadership positions include chair of the Supervisors Section, chair of the interdivisional task force on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), member of the CCSS task force, and the National School Library Program of the Year and ABC-CLIO Leadership Grant award committees.
A notable example of an inter-departmental coordinative mechanism is Toronto's Interdivisional Team, which was chaired by a member of the Social Development and Financial Administration (SDFA) division that housed the Toronto Newcomer Office (City of Toronto 2015).
The APA Interdivisional Task Force on Evidence-Based Therapy (Divisions 12 & 29) addressed the matter of the therapeutic relationship and concluded that the relationship beetween veteran and therapist makes substantial and consistent contributions to psychotherapy outcome independent of the specific type of treatment, and that it contributes at least as much to the success or failure of treatment as does the particular treatment method.
The APA Interdivisional Task Force on Evidence-Based Therapy (Divisions 12 & 29) addressed the matter of the therapeutic relationship and concluded that the relationship makes substantial and consistent contributions to psychotherapy outcome independent of the specific type of treatment, and that it contributes at least as much to the success or failure of treatment as does the particular treatment method.
Significant entries to accounts that 1) contain complex or unusual transactions, significant estimates, or period-end adjustments; 2) have been prone to error in the past; 3) have not been timely reconciled or contain unreconciled differences for an extended period; 4) contain intercompany, interdivisional, or other related-party or unusual transactions; or 5) are otherwise associated with an identified fraud risk
Next week's final matches will see interdivisional ties between Teesside and Middlesbrough.
Thus, while the task force report focused on products, technology, and processes, HP's engineers worried more about bureaucratic rules, interdivisional strife, and stifled innovation.
He disclosed that the InterDivisional Hockey Championship will be organized here at Lala Ayub Hockey Stadium from April 2.
Boston is off on a six-game road trip with interdivisional games in Texas and Minnesota.
Technology strategy, governance structure and interdivisional coordination.
After working through these and other factors, the AO finalizes the tour of duty and places the proposed assignment on the agenda for either the Interdivisional or Mid Level CDA assignment panels.
The Interdivisional saw Helion, second in Division II, Helion close the gap on leaders Walpole to 10 points after a 4-0 success over basement side Wellington A - Hall and Cronin each hit two.
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