cross-division


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Noun1.cross-division - classification according to more than one attribute at the same time; "the cross-classification of cases was done by age and sex"
categorisation, categorization, sorting, classification - the basic cognitive process of arranging into classes or categories
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The aim of the tender is to select a standardized, up-to-date and future-proof it solution for identity and access management, which is implemented for the deutsche bahn group for cross-border and cross-division use in various organizations.
In addition to traditional support from CISE/IIS, support for AI is coming from a number of recent cross-division and interagency programs, such as the Future of Work at the Human-Technology Frontier.
The sight was sufficiently disturbing to health commission workers that Hugh Addington, the agency's director of cross-division coordination, fired off a note to executive leadership, detailing the intruder's exact movements before it disappeared.
•Direct-Response B2B - focused on key contacts within the TOP 60 Defense Contractors (cross-division), System Integrators, selected Program Offices/Agencies and 3rd Party Influencers.
This contract is a significant international win for L-3 and demonstrates the cross-division synergies that enhance our expertise at L-3 GCS and L-3 Linkabit, said John Mega, president of L-3's Communication Systems group.
efficiency to Jumbo Electronics in managing cross-division processes, including
The latter kinds do not map onto the former, but there is cross-division. 3) Aristotle has no terminology for fixed classificatory levels.
The very real possibility of a rematch between Stanford and UCLA for the Pac-12 title six days after they end the regular season against each other brings to mind the idea that maybe the Pac-12, in scheduling, shouldn't have cross-division games on the final weekend of the season.