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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for SWEDEN.

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1. An ancient Sumerian unit of length approximately equivalent to 0.0025 meters.

2. An ancient Sumerian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 50 milligrams.
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The role of the systems engineer is to act as the "technical facilitator" and ensure that changes are systematically assessed while attending to risks.
A successful junior systems engineer may be more proficient in the skills needed to become a successful senior systems engineer than an equally successful project engineer.
Thus far, organizations have focused on the amount of time it takes to mature systems engineers from existing disciplined engineers already in the workforce.
Based on a very successful leadership development program started in 2001 for NGA's contract management personnel, the Acquisition Leadership Development Program (ALDP) began in January 2004 for Acquisition Directorate systems engineers and program managers who demonstrated leadership potential.
I-Logix customers told us that they need a natural, intuitive design environment for Systems Engineers that would meet the diverse standards compliance requirements that exist in various systems engineering domains, and we have responded with Rhapsody 6.
The new streamlined menus, additional selection and enhanced navigation capabilities enable systems engineers to create models faster then before.
The ergonomic look and feel includes easy installation, a systems tutorial documentation feature, systems samples and menu items provided in a way natural to systems engineers.
What I've seen over the course of the time I've been here is that we had a stark revolution either in the late '80s, early '90s, where it was determined that the systems engineers are basically 'greybeards' who ask tough questions of program managers.

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