single manager


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single manager

A Military Department or Agency designated by the Secretary of Defense to be responsible for management of specified commodities or common service activities on a Department of Defense-wide basis.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Single Manager for Conventional Ammunition (SMCA) Advanced Planning Briefing to Industry Guidebook.
Even the remaining 25% with a single manager listed "are assumed to be supported by a research staff with strict processes and restrictions for what stocks fit into their narrow mandate," according to Morningstar.
In Section 3, we consider the two alternate monitoring technologies and isolate the monitoring synergies that must be present for organizational design to include a team of managers (as opposed to a single manager).
The Oak Ridge, Tenn.-based cooperative also saw the number of its credit card accounts almost double since adopting a single manager strategy in 2012, moving from 13,000 accounts at the end of 2012 to 25,000 accounts as of June 2015, according to the NCUA's records.
Since 2011, HC started managing seven new funds to reach a total of 14 funds under management, which is the largest number of Egyptian funds managed by a single manager. HC has also been awarded several new portfolios to manage during the same period.
Still, off-the-shelf products simplify fiduciary oversight, he says, because a single manager determines the glide path and typically invests the assets.
This includes $2.5bn in customised funds of hedge funds, $2.2bn allocated to Investcorp's single manager business and $250m in its special opportunities portfolios.
Poyet said: "If you ask every single manager, we want to talk about football.
He said: "Every single manager in the world when he finishes the season has a meeting with the chairman of the football club, winning the league, going down, in the middle, having been named somewhere else, with contract, without contract - it's natural.
"Every single manager and player has got their favourites - no matter where you are in the world.
Ever since sacking Diego Maradona in the summer of 2012, the club has not had a long run with a single manager though Metsu's illness barely a few months into the job was a huge blow for the struggling outfit.
"I learned from every single manager at the club - Gary Megson, Bryan Robson, Tony Mowbray, Roy Hodgson and now Steve Clarke.

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