suballocation

suballocation

(ˌsʌbæləˈkeɪʃən)
n
an allocation made from a previous allocation
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It is considered to be more accurate than others because it allows suballocation to several end states, while the beta factor model did not allow intermediate events failure criteria and assigning the same baseline probability value to common label events.
EXT Family features and limitation Linux File Year of Features System Introduction EXT 1992 Virtual File system concept used EXT2 1993 File Compression added EXT3 1999 Journaling added, online file system growth EXT4 2006 Extent-based storage, backward compatibility with EXT2 and EXT3,Online defragmentation Linux File Limitation System EXT No support for separate timestamp for file access EXT2 No journaling feature EXT3 Lack feature such as extents, dynamic allocation of inodes and block suballocation EXT4 Do not overwrite the file after deletion causing security problem Table 2.
(22) The Appropriations Committee subsequently divides this allocation among the 12 subcommittees, referred to as a 302(b) suballocation. (23) The 302(b) suballocation restricts the amount of budget authority available to each subcommittee for the agencies, projects, and activities under its jurisdiction, effectively acting as a cap on each of the 12 regular appropriations bills.
If a government is a component unit of another government that is a member of a defined benefit plan, md the component unit is a member of the same plan, but has no separate account, the primary government will have to perform a suballocation of its liability based on the contribution effort of the component unit its pensions.
* Transferring the costs of assistance to small business for the implementation of Timothy's Law from the general fund to Section 332 industry assessments also using the suballocation process.
Her amendment would have required states to commit fair-share funding to the CMAQ program and ensure that large metropolitan areas receive annual funding according to the STP suballocation formula.
Members of the committee were supportive of Brooks' suggestion for suballocation of funds directly to the local level.
Navy module enhancements include modifying quarterly edits, creating headquarters reports, creating suballocation interfaces, modifying release/withdrawal actions (to include reserves), and creating headquarters distribution, reprogramming, and the FAD process.
The Surface Transportation Program combines other highway programs into a flexible block grant that is distributed to states on formula basis with a direct suballocation to areas over 200,000 in population.
Data for the House subcommittee allocations are from House Appropriations Committee, "Report on the Suballocation of Budget Allocations for Fiscal Year 2011," H.Rept.
Request 6/14/07 Request Defense -3,547 459,332 -3,547 Military Construction, Veterans Affairs +4,000 64,745 +4,000 Total Defense and Mil Con/VA +453 524,077 +453 Total Other/Non-Defense Discretionary +19,751 428,976 +19,751 Total Discretionary +20,204 953,053 +20,204 Source: House Appropriations Committee, "Report on the Suballocation of Budget Allocations for Fiscal Year 2008," H.Rept.