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Evaluator

In investing, an outside party who estimates the value of an illiquid asset, such as an antique or an inactive bond. Evaluators sometimes perform their services after a death to appraise rare or one-of-a-kind items. See also: Appraisal.

evaluator

An expert who appraises and assigns a worth to assets for which it is difficult to determine market value.
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The evaluators identified the lack of cyber rules as problematic.
The recommendations were deliberately not prioritized; however, the report would have been stronger if it had been organized as long-term and short-term recommendations, something the lead evaluator realized after making oral presentations and answering questions about the data.
Generally, the consultant and evaluator remain best suited to define the hypothesis and dependent and independent variables.
Thus, it is debatable whether evaluators would perceive an IE as a "cost" or as a "loss" and not just another item of expense unless it is labeled as such and explicitly brought to the attention of the evaluator.
That's only made us more timid," says an evaluator.
First the person describes the general experience he or she had with this particular situation, and then the evaluator either probes (if an interview) or asks a standard list of exploratory questions (if a survey) which the user then answers.
the independent evaluator selected by the OPUC, oversaw the RFP and review of bids to assure an objective and impartial process.
Valencia College (College) requests proposals from interested and qualified Proposers to serve as the third-party evaluator (henceforth called External Evaluator) to execute a rigorous evaluation of Valencia s M-PATH: Advanced Manufacturing (M-PATH) Project for the U.
As high-conflict separation cases continue to rise, mental health counselors (MHCs) are increasingly called upon to assist courts in making decisions about custody and visitation decisions, either as an MHC called upon to testify as an expert witness on behalf of a particular party, or as a court-appointed child custody evaluator called in to provide an accurate and unbiased description of the family (Gladding, 2011).
The Elite Evaluator program asks Contractor companies to demonstrate an internal evaluator program to monitor, train, and communicate change with their Evaluators.
The shifts were in the following areas: the role and functions of the vocational evaluator, the VE process; the VE setting; and the length of a VE.