QRAS

AcronymDefinition
QRASQuantitative Risk Assessment System
QRASQuantitative Risk Assessment Software
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At the same time, he added, the existing operators were being asked to surrender their rights over the Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) or any respective site for which they may have any vested rights from any government entity before they be permitted to participate in the site allocation process.
DPWH NCR, Region III, and IV-A shall then transmit initial assessment of damages and communicate with Quick Response Assets (QRAs) nationwide for the estimated required number and type of QRA needed for the clearing and rescue operations in affected areas.
The R&D tax credit may apply to any taxpayer that incurs expenses for performing Qualified Research Activities (QRA) on U.S.
Accordingly, after identifying eligible QRAs, most taxpayers will compute wage QREs.
The QRA not only approves the ETPL site as a safe option but also terms the site as having "operational advantages".
Implications of the findings for quantitative risk assessment (QRA).
Determine whether the company will utilize a comprehensive project-by-project approach as well as establish a detailed "nexus" of QREs to QRAs. One of the IRS's biggest concerns is that some companies' "engineering" reports are in fact written by individuals with no engineering or scientific background, and that "no nexus" is established between a company's qualifying expenditures and qualifying activities.
Once it is established that the QRAs qualify, a thorough analysis must be performed to determine that the taxpayer has assumed the financial risk associated with, and will have substantial rights to, the products and/or processes that are developed through the engineering, architectural, or construction work completed.
A decision is then taken to scramble the Typhoon-FGR4s on QRA. The airspace around the suspicious aircraft is then cleared by NATS, and RAF Boulmer will control the interception of the aircraft.