As Cogdell herself acknowledges, providing documentation of this link between streamlining
and eugenics proved challenging.
Perhaps one of the most common misperceptions of the sales tax streamlining
effort is that it is limited to a small number of states.
data means employing any and all of the space reduction techniques we've discussed.
tools such as lean manufacturing, six sigma and theory of constraints have become commonplace in a range of industries.
The final rule also reduces regulatory burden on foreign banks operating in the United States by streamlining
the application and notice processes.
The 1998 Amendments will greatly strengthen the public rehabilitation program by streamlining
administrative procedures, expanding options for consumer choice, improving due process provisions, and increasing opportunities for consumers to obtain high quality employment.
On August 29, 1995, Tax Executives Institute submitted the following comments to William Zachery, IRS Assistant Examination Chief in Atlanta, and Sharon Lovell, IRS Director, Corporate Specialties in Washington, who co-chair an Internal Revenue Service workgroup on streamlining
corporate filing requirements and developing a business case for electronic filing of Form 1120.
Some of the technology enhancements included quick-hit automation and workflow improvements, including automatically ordering Insurance Bureau Score reports, automatically assigning plan tiering and simplifying and streamlining
the application process by eliminating duplication.
Prone push off underwater: Glide, pull (both arms) glide, whip kick, and glide to surface, streamlining
with legal breaststroke start.
Nearly all of the 82 VR programs funded under the Rehabilitation Act, as amended (the Act), have participated in the first wave of streamlining
Clearly, the right technology can make a big difference when it comes to streamlining
tax department operations.
this process, users can focus efforts on their customers' needs while effortlessly maintaining and growing portfolios.