Evaluation period

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Evaluation period

The time interval over which funds assess a money manager's performance.

Evaluation Period

The time period in which a money manager's performance is measured against some subjective or objective standard. This is done periodically to assess the effectiveness of a money manager's work for his/her firm. The evaluation period is especially important at the beginning of employment, but remains so throughout one's career. See also: Manager Universe (Benchmark).
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The NCCN guidelines include dasatinib as a treatment recommendation at specific follow-up evaluation periods for patients that relapse or did not respond to imatinib therapy, or who have disease progression on imatinib therapy.
The prison's last medium-security section will be converted into the reception center, which will accommodate 950 prisoners for evaluation periods up to 90 days, officials said.
Neuheisel will be limited to nine evaluation days, rather than the usual 29, during the 1999-2000 spring and fall evaluation periods.
The evaluation periods were from January 1, 2000, through September 30, 2002, for lending and extended through December 31, 2002, for community development loans and qualified investments.
Old Wachovia Bank made 41,775 small loans to businesses or farms during the evaluation period, for a total of approximately $4 billion.
A selection committee from NPRA's Safety and Health Committee then reviews the facility's overall performance history over three evaluation periods and its performance based on number of hours or years worked without a lost workday case, and reviews a written description of the facility's safety program.
8 or less and have had no employee cases involving days away from work for the applicable evaluation period.
A selection committee from NPRA's Fire and Accident Prevention Committee then reviews the facility's overall performance history over three evaluation periods and its performance based on number of hours or years worked without a lost workday case, and reviews a written description of the facility's safety program.
This category also shows the most consistent progress, with green status marks steadily increasing over the evaluation periods.
A selection committee from NPRA's Fire and Accident Prevention Committee reviews the facility's overall performance history over three evaluation periods and its performance based on number of hours or years worked without a lost workday case, and reviews a written description of the facility's safety program.
0 or less for an evaluation period of 200,000 hours, and must have no fatalities or lost workday cases for two evaluation periods.
The investors will adjust the purchase price to be equal to 85 percent of the average daily closing price during the 60 day evaluation periods.

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