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DOCODocumentation (used by mainframe programmers or data processors in the 1970s)
DOCODevelopment Operations Coordination Office (UN)
DOCODougherty County (Georgia)
DOCODerby Owners Club Online (horse racing game)
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Taxpayers should expect additional guidance on how to satisfy the PE requirement (likely on an industry basis) but, in the interim, should consider updating their documentation procedures to reflect the final regulations.
Your documentation must be legible and your procedural, operative notes and discharge summaries must be done in a timely fashion so that the chart may be accurately coded.
Finding and correcting any errors in the database can be labor intensive, said Al Alton, the Chief of Documentation at the 841st.
For those of you in a larger company, documentation is critical for defending an action brought against a director or officer for mismanagement or breach of fiduciary duty.
In either case -- technical or business -- good records and documentation could save enterprises, careers, or even lives.
Moreover, although a mechanical test based on documentation of the correct method may seem relatively straight-forward and easy to administer, it threatens to produce the wrong result in too many cases.
In our example, Company A in its proposal highlighted the benefits of its documentation module.
Auditors should assemble audit documentation within 60 days from the audit report date.
Since 1999, the market share of sub-prime loans with alternative documentation ranged from 24.
The organic sector also provides examples of innovative ways companies are using this production documentation to market their products beyond just a label.
Additional documentation in special circumstances (e.
The primary difference is that, rather than just focusing on revenue, profits and cost controls, today's focus is enhanced to include controlling financial reporting and fraud prevention; risk assessment as it applies to efficiency and effectiveness in the use of an entity's assets; and appropriate documentation and visibility over the associated internal controls by upper management.
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