30 of each year, with the deadlines falling halfway between the semiannual assessment periods of Jan.
Release date- 20082019 - The OCC is amending its assessment rules to provide partial refunds to national banks, federal thrifts and federal branches of foreign banks that leave OCC jurisdiction before the end of the six-month assessment period.
Under the final rule, banks leaving OCC jurisdiction on or before the March or September payment due dates would be eligible to receive a refund for the second three months of the assessment period. The final rule also includes technical amendments to the assessment rules.
[euro]45m (approximately PS34.5 million) for assessment periods 2013/14 and 2014/15.
? [euro]30m (approximately PS23 million) for assessment periods 2015/16, 2016/17 and 2017/18 In order to promote investment in stadiums, training facilities, youth development and women's football (from 2015), all such costs are excluded from the break-even calculation.
The majority of injuries occurred in November and May, noted to be close to assessment periods
. It is concluded that injury rates in contemporary dance are high; notably, 89% of dancers reported one or more injuries.
Averaged across posttreatment and follow-up assessment periods
, the mean weight loss was 6.00 lbs.
* A high degree of thoroughness in evaluating new products and technologies, which leads to long assessment periods
and slow decision-making
They contended that Hoyt's extensions of the assessment periods
were invalid, because he was not the partnerships' TMP when he executed them.
Comparing ADL sum scores across PPS assessment periods
supports the necessity and effectiveness of specialized therapy services.
The difference was then divided by the overall score from the first assessment period to obtain the percentage change resulting from the targeted capacity-building efforts.
The table gives the percentage attainment for each indicator, as well as the percentage change between the results from the first assessment period and those from the second.