The FSED at the BFP National Headquarter provides policy direction to the BFP's various BFP Fire Stations through which fire-safety inspections are conducted.
The new BFP division will replace the FSED and assume the role of evaluating and enforcing fire safety under the Fire Code of the Philippines.
An FSED is not an urgent care center, which is normally based upon primary care models and often utilized for after-hours, non-emergent care.
The FSED is an important new tool for healthcare systems seeking to add market share while providing care environments that are convenient, consumer oriented, and cost effective.
Later in November 2001, FSED
Phase 2 was sanctioned for manufacturing of additional prototypes and eight Limited Series Production Aircrafts.
On January 7, 1991, the government terminated the A-12 FSED
contract for default.
Thus, BAE Systems was awarded, in November 1999, an extension to its ALR-2002 FSED
contract to conduct a project-definition study on the development of a fully configured EW-suite controller as part of ALR-2002.
The contract won by TI and Martin Marietta last 21 June included the first $80 million increment in what is expected to be a total $170 million FSED
The scope of FSED
Phase 2 programme was to build three prototypes of operational aircraft including trainers and also to build the infrastructure required for producing eight aircraft per year and build eight Limited Series Production (LSP) aircraft.
To begin to address those needs, OhioHealth has plans to expand capacity at Grant, and today announced it is building a network of freestanding emergency departments (FSEDs
) and a surgical inpatient hospital in Grove City.
However, the three will split production of the 12 FSED
Under the terms of the agreement between Hughes and AEL, each company will develop separate portions of the ASR receiver, but will split production of the 14 FSED
service test models being bought under this first contract.