is pleased to partner with the TDCC in furtherance of our objective to streamline the voting process and to ensure timely delivery of voting instructions for our clients,' said Lorraine Kelly, head of ISS
' Global Proxy Distribution business.
'When the time comes, it will be tough to part ways with many outstanding colleagues and high-quality businesses,' ISS
Group chief executive Jeff Gravenhorst said.
NASA, which has been piloting the station, began subcontracting certain ISS
operations during the George W.
"We chose ISS
over the other vendors as ISS
offered us optimum solution to our issues which will help maximise our SAP utilisation and benefit us immensely with minimum further investment," said Sarvesh Anand, Financial Controller, Xerox Emirates
While UpsideLMS is offered as an off-the-shelf, Could-based, SaaS LMS, some customizations were undertaken to make it more suitable for ISS
' unique requirements.
The Code of Conduct for the International Space Station Crew states the ISS
Commander must "maintain a harmonious and cohesive relationship among the ISS
crewmembers," taking into account "the international and multicultural nature of the crew and mission."
So just in case you worried what would happen to the folks staying on the ISS
in case it gets crowded, the inflatable pod built by Bigelow Aerospace could be just the answer.
This means that ISS
astronauts experience 16 sunrises and sunsets every day, as they pass in and out of the Earth's shadow.
Under the terms of the agreement, ISS
, which is a unit of Danish facility services provider ISS
AS (CPH:ISS), will acquire Vattenfall's unit VSG GmbH, VSG's shareholding in TEGEMA GmbH and Hanuman FO GmbH, which together employ over 500 people.
has been instrumental in moving public company director elections to a majority-of the-votes-cast standard in uncontested elections, arguing that a win isn't "real" with a lower threshold.
Moscow time [09:15 GMT] in the first of the two maneuvers to adjust the ISS
orbit and remained switched on for 384 seconds, raising the ISS
orbit to 414.8 km.
crew successfully captured the capsule with the station's robotic arm on Friday morning, the U.S.