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ID

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for INDONESIA.
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ID

A paper verifying a person's identity. Examples of IDs include birth certificates, passports, driver's licenses and government-issued cards. Some IDs may be issued by an organization other than a government, such as a school or workplace, but these IDs ordinarily are not accepted as authoritative.
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The lack of network knowledge inherent in traditional IDS compounds this problem and renders the solution practically redundant.
Monitored threat data can also be correlated against attacks seen by existing IDS sensors deployed within the network to provide additional evidence collection and validation, reducing false positives by an order of magnitude or more, and allows a much more timely response when a real attack happens.
The IDS CNO is responsible for integrating the goals of the professional discipline of nursing with the mission and goals of the IDS.
Members are the CNOs from each component organization of the IDS. Examples of goals for the CNOC are monitoring quality of care outcomes for the IDS, providing oversight and evaluation of nursing practice standards, monitoring nurse satisfaction, providing system-wide input on resource allocation, conducting nursing research, disseminating and implementing research findings into practice, and providing educational opportunities for CNOs of the IDS.
* Service Leadership: An IDS that excels in service leadership provides superior quality medical services to the payer and the patient, with a focus on centers of excellence.
It was found out that some drivers, while having valid franchise, did not get their IDs at the CTTMO.
"To find out if your voter ID is already printed and available for release, please visit your local Comelec Office," said Jimenez, adding that to claim their Voter IDs, voters will be required to present any valid ID.
The authority stated that it is keen on providing its services to people who lost their IDs due to natural disasters and crises as it is part of social responsibility as people in such situations deserve compassion.
IDS products produce false positives to varying degrees.
But most IDS in the USA will emerge from provider organizations, most likely hospital systems, that have grown by merger of assets to achieve economies of scale in purchasing and market influence in managed care contracting.
A: SCSI has the ability to have two or more controllers on the same bus with unique Ids. There is a reservation system defined in SPC-2 (SCSI Primary Commands-2) that allows systems to have control over the disk to insure that files do not get overwritten.
To emphasize his point, he even posted on Twitter photos of unclaimed IDs at a local election office he visited last Saturday, the last day of the voters' registration period.