SPOC


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SPOC

Single point of contact. In management, the only person on a committee or project who is permitted to speak publicly (or in some cases, privately) about the committee's or project's actions. Assigning a SPOC is a way to streamline management of a project so supervisors (or the public) do not receive multiple stories multiple times.
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Les SPOC, moins de participants pour plus d'efficacite
Aun asi tambien utiliza las siglas SPOC para hacer referencia a <<Self Pace Online Course>> esto son un tipo determinado de cursos que siempre estan disponibles, de forma que cualquier persona en cualquier momento y en cualquier lugar puede comenzar a realizarlos, marcandose sus propias pautas y ritmos.
Douglas Fisher: Whether there is a cohort or not seems critical in the ability and motivation of students to move through a SPOC--this is where campus cohorts of students and instructors can help--we can be the cohort that an insulated, languishing SPOC learner needs.
No, this is practical stuff that will help make your life easier," said a ninth grade English teacher and SPOC leader from Morris Academy in the Bronx.
For instance, GPOC which operated in the Unity Field and SPOC that operated in Tharjiath oil field, both in Unity state, have since 2014 closed their operations due to war.
Designed to work on any mobile device, SPoC enables remote workforces to collect data and access patient information at the point of care and is designed to provide remote access to both clinical and non-clinical information.
The company currently serves some of the largest financial institutions including SunTrust, RBS Citizens, OneWest, EverBank and Capital One, helping them to more efficiently and cost-effectively manage their customer service communication channels while maintaining full compliance with key industry regulations like SPoC.
As part of its contract with Greater Huddersfield and North Kirklees CCGs (care commissioning groups) Locala must answer calls to its single point of contact (SPOC) within 90 seconds.
In 2005, Masimo introduced rainbow Pulse CO-Oximetry technology, allowing noninvasive and continuous monitoring of blood constituents that previously could only be measured invasively, including total hemoglobin (SpHb), oxygen content (SpOC), carboxyhemoglobin (SpCO), methemoglobin (SpMet), and more recently, Pleth Variability Index and Oxygen Reserve Index, in addition to SpO2, pulse rate, and perfusion index.
This pressure, when paralleled with increased interest in a human Mars mission, has reignited research pertaining to NTRs, and accordingly, the development of Universities Space Research Association's Space Propulsion Optimization Code (SPOC).
To plan for this network, FirstNet is consulting through the Single Point of Contact (SPOC) in each state and territory to increase its understanding of the communications needs of local jurisdictions and public safety entities.
Regulators require servicers to provide homeowners who are in default, loan-modification negotiations or in foreclosure a specific servicing employee as a single point of contact (SPOC).