planning phase

Related to planning phase: Design Phase

planning phase

In amphibious operations, the phase normally denoted by the period extending from the issuance of the order initiating the amphibious operation up to the embarkation phase. The planning phase may occur during movement or at any other time upon receipt of a new mission or change in the operational situation. See also amphibious operation.
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to provide 5, the SiGe planning of carrying out the work and coordination by Baustellenverordnung (BaustellV) for the planning phase of the transport facilities and the power coordination.
a) To determine the stress change from planning phase to execution phase of PLC.
The purpose of this study is to extend the work of Spybrook and Raudenbush (2009) and examine how the research designs and sample sizes changed from the planning phase to the implementation phase in the first wave of studies funded by IES.
Given the difficulty of formalizing that overarching project, whose complexity exceeds the Time Warner Center and is in many respects still in the planning phase, the presentation of a plan that includes the development of Moynihan Station, the relocation of MSG and the development of the current MSG site may be months or even years away--a time flame that could mean significant delays for Moynihan Station.
They also set forth provisions that emphasize the planning phase, setting the stage for a more efficient audit engagement while reminding the auditor "planning and supervision continue throughout the audit.
Discuss how well the elements described in the planning phase were accomplished.
When reserve Marine Air Group (MAG) 49 began planning Urban Strike 2002, HMM-774 was included in the planning phase.
It all starts during the planning phase of the exercise with our direct and personal involvement with the deploying units.
THE CPA EXPERT WITNESS MUST CHOOSE an approach in the pretrial planning phase that will develop and integrate facts and legal theories presented later in trial testimony.
After the planning phase, he divides his time equally between the three cases, spending one to five days onsite for each.
Although these procedures can be beneficial, the Committee maintains that they should be based on risk assessments prepared by the auditor in the planning phase.
The first is the planning phase and is used to understand a program's goal, the business applications that will be used, what operational areas will be affected, the individuals who will be involved, and the organization's level of preparation.
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