suborganization

suborganization

(ˌsʌbɔːɡənaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

suborganisation

n
an organization within a larger organization
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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.
I created the Library Service Computers suborganization for the Chromeboxes that would be in the adult area and a suborganization named Youth Service Computers for devices that would be for children.
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.
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.
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.
68) The United States has suggested to the DPRK that it join the Asia-Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG), a 30member group (including the United States, Japan, and South Korea) launched in 1997 as a suborganization of the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development.
Finally, the organization includes a suborganization led by children and youth called Coming Up (CU) which exists inside of the NGO as a relatively autonomous grouping of CFP's beneficiaries with its own elected executive.
One option for libraries that wish to maintain a more traditional organization is to create a flexible suborganization responsible for the digital library services.
1) The Teacher Research Network is a suborganization of SciMath[.
James Thompson's classic (1967) formulation of three overlapping levels of organizational responsibility may aid our thinking about this point: The technical suborganization is concerned with the effective performance of the actual task of the organization; the managerial suborganization is concerned with mediating between the technical group and those at the institutional level and with providing the resources necessary to accomplish the technical task; and the institutional suborganization is concerned with the relationship between the organization as an institution and the wider social or political system it is a part of.