suborganization

suborganization

(ˌsʌbɔːɡənaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

suborganisation

n
an organization within a larger organization
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(23) However, in implementation, this solution did little to aid highly specialized, lowdensity, high-demand career fields with limited access to qualified officers beholden to a larger suborganization officer corps.
Nuclear reactor development for the propulsion of submarines and ships was the responsibility of a nuclear reactor suborganization within the AEC, while the Navy's Bureau of Ships managed nuclear submarine development.
Lewaa al-Thawra is a suborganization that has emerged two years ago in Egypt and, specifically in the Nile Delta, and claimed its responsibility for a number of terrorist operations targeting mainly police personnel.
Small-world (SW) networks (small-world scalar is defined in [90, 91]) are characterized by a short path length that is indicative of communication efficiency along with a high clustering coefficient which represents a high suborganization [92, 93].
In 2008, Brazil led the way to form the South American Defense Council as a cooperative security suborganization under Unasul.
The next step was to move the device into the correct suborganization via the management console for Chrome devices.
Through the 1930s CIAP was under the strict control of the League's suborganization for cultural cooperation, for its administrative as well as its scholarly activities.
A list of Chinese restaurants was obtained through ChineseMenu.com, a suborganization of Chinese Restaurant News.
By monitoring this flow, an administrator will cross suborganization boundaries as a matter of course and widen the horizon of inquiry.
A "complete subsidiary" configuration represents the creation of a suborganization, which is, at least partially, operationally distinct from both the parent company and other subsidiaries.
A written CBRN vision implementation OPORD would help form that multifaceted coalition by laying out the roles and responsibilities of each suborganization and individual.
For example, when approximately 30.000 followers of the women's wing of the JIH gathered in Hyderabad in February 2006, Nasira Khanum, the president of this suborganization was quoted saying: "Islam advocates protection of women rights but mendominated society hides the facts.