The average backlog
for September rose in all regions with the exception of the South, where CBI fell slightly by 0.
In the South, backlog
has declined steadily, falling 17.
Compared to April, the average backlog
in May rose in each of the four regions that ABC monitors, with the exception of the South.
for the Reebok brand at the end of the first quarter of 2006 decreased 14% versus the prior year on a currency-neutral basis.
We are highly optimistic about prospects for fiscal 1996 with strong backlogs
carrying attractive margins in both filter bag and pipe operations," Unger added.
have been a persistent issue in both Philadelphia and Pennsylvania as the demand for DNA testing has risen.
Three of the six agencies--the Departments of Energy (DOE), the Interior (DOI), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)--defined their backlogs
as work that was identified to correct deficiencies.
And while the LAPD doesn't collect data that would correlate the backlog
with incidents of rape, some believe it could contribute to repeat crimes.
While eventually effective, this common strategy brings with it a litany of problems, including reduced quality, inconsistent service, increased errors, staff burnout and, often enough, new backlogs
in the departments where work has been redistributed--a high cost to pay in the name of reduced expenses and staff efficiency.
Cooper says there's no one recommendation that will eliminate backlogs
I wrote myself a note about backlogs
and stuck it to my computer more than a year ago.
: Respondents remain thankfully "burdened" by order backlogs