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In Inner Mongolia, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a county.
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Based on a two-stage quality assessment approach first developed at the University of Colorado in 1993, the QIS has experienced years of pilot testing and evaluation in three phases in seven states.
That's why using the QIs makes so much sense: The data provide the clues needed to determine priorities in the constant task of identifying systems that might not be functioning properly--and identifying them before the problems reach crisis levels.
QIS technologies being developed for military and defense applications can also accelerate advancements in the field, leading to substantial economic growth potential through the creation of new industries and dual-use products and their transition to consumer markets, according to the strategy.
With this combination, the QIS captures data from every single photon, or particle of light, enabling extremely high quality, easily manipulated digital imaging, as well as computer vision and 3-D sensing, even in low light conditions.
Generally speaking, QIs may offer tax advice during the exchange process, and some QI companies engage an independent CPA firm as an advisor and then refer this firm to prospective exchangors.
A challenge when examining individual QIs across a range of facilities is that sample sizes are often small, and they vary across facilities.
Requested forms that are unique to QIS include an "Alphabetical Resident Census' and a "New Admission Information" form listing all new admissions within the prior 30 days.
Palm Beach County in Florida has designed and implemented its QIS as a system-level initiative to prepare children to be healthy and ready to learn when it is time for schooling.
QIS is wholly owned by the QFC Authority, and is currently located at the QFC Tower, in West Bay in Doha.
QIS provides a secure, structured electronic service, which facilitates transaction workflow, the production of documentation and effective management information to local, regional and global insurance firms.
(2005) proposed four essential QIs for group experimental research in the areas of describing participants, implementing interventions and describing comparison conditions, measuring outcomes, and analyzing data.
For example, QIs, located overseas, are more likely to have a direct working relationship with customers who claim tax benefits, such as reduced withholding, and agree to have independent parties review a sample of accounts and report to IRS.