IMPLAN

AcronymDefinition
IMPLANImplementation Plan
IMPLANImpact Analysis for Planning
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This analysis is based on industry multipliers for two industries representing the two sectors of the life insurance industry: (1) IMPLAN industry 437 insurance carriers and (2) IMPLAN industry 438 insurance agencies and related activities.
The IMPLAN also provided for a joint security and deployment plan of all AFP and PNP forces in the two regions come the May 13 polls.
The dollar amounts of the goods and services purchased within Transylvania County were entered into the IMPLAN software modeling system.
Since the recent version of economic impact analysis software (IMPLAN) can accommodate the electricity production from biomass as an industry, the output generated here can be directly used in IO analysis to estimate the expected impact on jobs, industry output, and labor income.
Even in light of these differences and improvements in precision, the jobs impacts from Emsi's input-output model are comparable to those computed by IMPLAN and RIMS II.
(244.) IMPLAN is a commercially available economic model and database.
There are several companies that have developed sophisticated EIA software and done EIA studies for clients, among them, EMSI, IMPLAN and REMI.
Fuente: Elaboracion propia con base en Ayuntamiento de Playas de Rosarito (2010); Ayuntamiento de Tecate (2003); Ayuntamiento de Tijuana (2008, 2010a, 2010b); Gobierno del Estado de Baja California (1971, 1994/2013, 2001a, 2001b, 2012); Implan (2012); Sedesol (1993/ 2014, 1999); Semarnap (1988).
All PNP unit commanders were ordered to 'strictly implement the protocol on the conduct of anti-llegal drug operations;' submit an IMPLAN or implementation plan 'within five days' from receipt of te circular and 'weekly periodic assessment' on the conduct of the circular.' Most important of all, the circular stated that 'performance of the commanders will be review (sic) and assess (sic) by the Oversight Committee every month.'
Census Bureau and IMPLAN, input-output modeling software widely used by industry and governments analysts.