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client

a BUYER of a professional SERVICE.
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client

The person to whom an agent owes duties of integrity, confidentiality, loyalty, and hard work. Contrast with customer, who is owed the duty of honesty.

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York University, Schulich School of Business, Nonprofit Management and Leadership Program, Toronto: For the creation of the York University, Maytree Foundation Executive Directors' Institute.
"It takes a bit of research to see if this type of program will be successful at your institution, because each institution is unique," Thornton cautions.
All of the typical activities described earlier, which are associated with a meaningful and collaborative partnership between a state agency and a university program, were well in place by the early 1990's.
Americans United first became interested in the case late in 2002 after a Newton inmate filed a lawsuit pro se (without an attorney) challenging the program and outlining its details.
The program is a wrap-up to the end of summer, and potentially the last time the entire family will be together for recreation.
ROI (%) = Net program benefits x 100/ Program costs
The program--a Virgin-branded and Humana-administered individual health insurance product tied to Virgin's health and fitness reward program--provides a variety of offerings, such as its Health Miles program in which members are rewarded for participation in health programs through a collection of points.
When kids entered The Seed, they lived in "host homes"--houses of parents of other program participants that had been specially prepared to incarcerate teenagers at night.
Organizations can respond to the issue of an aging program management workforce in one of three ways: hire individuals from outside the organization, promote from within, or create a program manager development program.
With support from the First Steps program, DSHS developed the First Steps database, which links Medicaid claims and eligibility to birth certificates.
Since we implemented this program, we have found that:
Accreditation by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education does not ensure program quality.