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Priority List

A list of projects for which a department has not received funding, categorized according to which project is to receive funding next.
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Return on investment has become an increasingly important factor in a business' IT purchasing decision and now ranks third among most IT buyers' priority lists," says Tom Manter, Research Director.
The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has asked political parties to submit their priority lists of candidates contesting against reserved seats for women and minorities with the Provincial Election Commissioners by 29th of this month.
ISLAMABAD -- The priority list should be sent to the Returning Officer on the letterhead of the party duly signed by a senior member of the party.
Such data suggest that ostensibly healthy, but obese people might benefit from being added to priority lists for vaccinations, Beck says.
Helping each other out should be way up on our priority lists every day," Parker stated.
As new technologies for managing our ever-mushrooming mass of digital data continue to be unveiled, it's likely that data storage priority lists will be under scrutiny for some time to come.
None of the interchanges with missing links in the Valley are slated to be fixed because there has not been the political will to place them on priority lists.
As property managers, now in our 76th year, we still hold to the credo upon which ATCO was founded in 1922: Our tenants come first, and ensuring that their needs are met, swiftly and efficiently, is number one on our priority lists.
Companies today are moving enterprise analytics to the top of their priority lists," said Bob Fair, Teradata's chief marketing officer.
The list, along with priority lists from other Caltrans districts, will be considered Wednesday by the department's Sacramento headquarters to determine which ones will be forwarded to the California Transportation Commission.
As a result, compliance continues to maintain its spot at the top of corporate priority lists, and in many cases the job of reducing risk lies solely on the office of the CXO.
the only research and advisory firm that focuses exclusively on the Information Content (IC) Industry - Vice President and Lead Analyst Chuck Richard said, "Today, finding new sources of growth tops the priority lists of content vendor CEO's.
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