deferred maintenance


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deferred maintenance

Maintenance specifically intended to eliminate an existing fault, which did not prevent continued successful operation of the device or program.
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Mahlum used the district's current and past enrollment figures and maintenance data to compile graphs and projections to chart deferred maintenance through 2026.
In its report, the Center for Western Priorities listed the beneficiaries of that $389 million in private deferred maintenance, starting with Yosemite National Park, whose (http://www.
Deferred maintenance and repairs are defined as maintenance and repairs that were not performed when they should have been or were scheduled to be and which are put off or delayed for a future period.
Deferred maintenance refers to the issue of colleges and universities not having the resources for building upkeep.
That also allows headquarters staff to do a data pull and roll up a unit's deferred maintenance costs at any time.
The budget passed in April was the third in the governor's five-year commitment to the deferred maintenance reduction program.
Deferred maintenance has both a practical and psychological impact on building operations.
2 million," says Bowie State President Mickey Burnim of a University System of Maryland Board of Regents policy directing all state schools to allocate 2 percent of their operating budgets to deferred maintenance projects.
Wojciechowski said the state does not provide community colleges any money specifically for deferred maintenance.
Quantify and communicate the financial impact of deferred maintenance.
The hurricanes' indirect effect will be felt when oil refineries that deferred maintenance shutdowns after Katrina and Rita are forced to shut in 2006.