nonprogram

nonprogram

(ˌnɒnˈprəʊɡræm)
adj
not related to a program
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For other organizations, such as private foundations, the statement of functional expenses may require the separation of program expenses from nonprogram expenses for the first time (in publicly available financial documents).
Using daily short interest data, Boehmer, Jones, and Zhang (2008) document a significant underperformance of highly shorted stocks for nonprogram institutional trades, and Aitken et al.
(2016) program participants and [40], USA 17 nonprogram participants Ebert-May et 190 postdocs Biology al.
To narrow the interval, we also consider an additional assumption: nonprogram earnings of those who always work are at least as high as the nonprogram earnings of individuals who are no longer unemployed.
The pilot resulted in savings of $2,650 per enrollee over 15 months, according to CMS, compared with costs associated with nonprogram beneficiaries--enough to cover the cost of the program.
Here, the ELA scores showed substantial differences between program same site nonprogram and district students.
Prior to the introduction of risk-based corrective action at nonprogram sites, contamination at a site was typically remediated to the default CTLs contained in F.A.C.R.
There have been six doctoral committees that had nonprogram faculty members on them, and those included faculty from every college on campus.
* Are those who graduate from this program more or less likely to reoffend compared to a comparison group of nonprogram participants?
The survey was sent to the graduates of 20 classes (approximately 400 Financial Management workforce personnel from all Services, from installations across the continental United States and outside the continental United States; all grades from GS-9 to GS-15, including program management offices and nonprogram management offices).
(66) It is, therefore, advisable to consider the involvement of a criminal tax attorney in communications with IRS personnel under either the OVDI or OVDP or for any nonprogram disclosures.
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