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The data bank is aimed to help governments in emergencies resulting from conflicts or natural disasters to access real-time information and seek help from the nearest country with needed stock.
'The information in the Philippine Business Data Bank database will initially be provided by the DTI, the SEC, the Cooperatives Development Authority and LGUs, starting with Quezon City,' according to the DOF.
The GAO study also reported: "HRSA officials acknowledged that there are problems with the accuracy and completeness of the data and that they have been working with consultants to revise the way information reported to the data bank is coded." (4) However, no follow-up GAO study has apparently been done to determine whether proposed improvements have resulted in actual improvements in accuracy.
"The data bank is the most authoritative repository of information that we have on medical malpractice claims nationwide," Dr.
Qatar and Saudi Arabia were two of the fifty countries featured in the Learning Curve's Data Bank and are both profiled in the new report.
The data bank will help provide members with statistics and information on reports, publications, and technical studies, OAPEC's Secretariat said in the opening of its monthly publication, obtained by KUNA.
The enabling legislation for the National Practitioner Data Bank (the amended Health Care Quality Improvement Act of 1986) grants immunity from lawsuits to mandated providers of information.
The locations of burial sites are also available on the data bank. Over 289 burial sites across the island have so far been visited and opened by the CMP.
NEW DELHI Eoe1/4" The Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs (MOIA) has launched an ambitious project to create a data bank of all those going abroad to ensure their well-being, a move triggered by incidents of attacks on Indians abroad.
Nedumbassery (Kerala), June 1 (ANI): Union Minister for Overseas Affairs Vayalar Ravi today said that the Government is planning to formulate a data bank on students seeking admissions abroad.
Summary: The modalities of setting up a data bank of the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are henceforth defined by a decree published in the Official Journal.
Let everyone's DNA be in the data bank so we can avoid exhuming bodies and speed up cases, which could take a few minutes rather than years.
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