Resiliency


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Resiliency

Speed with which new orders respond to a change in prices.

Resiliency

The ability of equipment to continue to function at the same level even after its components stop working. This can be an important concept for complex machinery.
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We were able to secure $335 million in federal funding for resiliency through HUD's Rebuild by Design competition and I will continue to fight for every penny of federal funding to make Lower Manhattan stronger and better prepared for the next storm.
Individuals are not born to be resilient; resiliency is a trait that is developed throughout life.
The holistic analysis of resiliency provides insight into a capability or system's resilient characteristics and provides a means for creating informed decisions regarding funding, development, deployment, and mission accomplishment.
The work we're doing with Monitise at this new cloud resiliency center is a strong testament to IBM partnerships with enterprise clients to drive new innovation," said Mike Errity, Vice President, IBM Business Continuity and Resiliency Services.
The $3 billion in resiliency funds announced today will go first and foremost to reinforce the critical infrastructure necessary to support public transportation systems damaged by Hurricane Sandy, said FTA Administrator Peter Rogoff.
Al Siebert, PhD (1935-2009), wrote several books, the best known being the award-winners The Survivor Personality and The Resiliency Advantage.
Recommendation: To better ensure that DHS's efforts to incorporate resiliency into its overall CIKR protection efforts are effective and completed in a timely and consistent fashion, the Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection should develop performance measures to assess the extent to which asset owners and operators are taking actions to resolve resiliency gaps identified during the various vulnerability assessments.
As recovery advocates call for a shift from chronic disease management to recovery management via recovery-oriented systems of care, resiliency research provides the architecture that builds a bridge linking prevention, treatment and recovery.
Like most good habits, resiliency starts with physical fitness, extending our capacity to confidently manage the excess pressures that can harden into stress, and ensuring that our internal engine will not break down when the going gets tough.
The resiliency concept is best illustrated by the "resiliency triangle," shown in Exhibit 1.
Resiliency is needed in both pre-service teachers as well as in institutional systems of a PDS in order to meet K-16 student learning and professional development needs.
The purpose of this paper was to solicit commentary from the banking industry on proposed regulatory changes designed to increase the security and resiliency of the banking system in a post-September 11 environment.