4 ACTIVE POWER FLOW IN THE PRE AND POST CONTINGENCY
STATE OF 500 kV TRANSMISSION LINE NETWORK
As the OCO lead for the joint Staff, the J8 Contingency
Operations Branch works closely with both the OSD-C and the J3 to develop and refine fiscal planning guidance in order to ensure both the operators (Service Operations Directorates, CCMD J3s, etc.
Another important function performed by civilians in support of contingency
contracting efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan is reachback.
Before a remote loss contingency
requires disclosure it must be near term and severe Near term is specifically defined in the proposed statement as "a period of time not to exceed one yea from the date of the financial statements.
AFLMA initially proposed to OSD that the handbook be called a "Joint Contingency
For example, in the ability domain, this means the correlation between ability self-esteem and ability contingency
(see column r2 of Table 1).
The Japanese government has gone on record as saying the concept of a contingency
in areas around Japan is not geographic but situational.
For buyers, especially those at lower price points, it makes sense to request a financing contingency
, which allows them to pull out of the contract easily if they do not get mortgage approval -- and have their deposit refunded.
Applying an independent group-oriented contingency
to students in a cooperative learning experience ensures that each student has access to rewards based on his or her own performance (individual accountability).
The following questions and considerations may help with preparing contingency
In a move toward transition of the Army's contingency
contracting mission from the Army Contracting Agency to the Army Materiel Command, the Army issued activation orders on 28 July to establish two contingency
contracting battalions (CCBs) and 14 contingency
contracting teams (CCTs) under AMC's new Army Sustainment Command at Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois.