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task group

A component of a naval task force organized by the commander of a task force or higher authority. Also called TG.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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CTF-56 has several different task groups that fall under their command.
The task group urged the government and parliament to amend legislation and issue new laws to make mergers easier, Sheikh Salem added.
NAAEI Program Administration Chair John Mitchell, Executive Director of the Apartment Association of Tarrant County, spearheaded the formation of six subcommittees or task groups under his standing committee in February.
In a recent interview with Circuits Assembly, longtime task group chair Dave Vaughan, marketing manager, Taiyo America, noted that revision D began simultaneously with the Solder Mask Handbook.
The Task Group recommends and the CA requires sites that have bulk tanks storing petroleum that could be overfilled leading to a significant vapour cloud to take immediate action.
"The Task Group will look at all aspects of the problem to see if it happens more at one time of the year than the other and where it occurs most.
Despite these barriers, the task group is currently investigating converting the NLN Literature Search Database for use as an online resource for nurse educators that would permit ease of data entry and retrieval of useful information.
She brings a wealth of expertise and experience to the task group. These abilities are one reason TEI recently nominated Roni to serve on the IRS's Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee."
The system has various names, but its core idea is that there is a central committee of ranking managers to provide leadership in safety and health, task groups or subcommittees of middle and first line managers, and hourly employees assigned to participate in the safety system (see Figure 1).
International task groups are busily working on them.
In a large organization, the task group should include individuals from the legal, security, risk management, internal audit, and human resources departments.
The new code, given the green light in the Deputy Prime Minister's response to the Task Group report, will establish higher standards in the use of sustainable building materials, more efficient use of energy and water in new buildings, and minimisation and recycling of waste produced when the building is in use.