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com/prnh/20110428/DC91889LOGO) The field realignment is part of the digital transformation of the Census Bureau, moving from a bricks-and-mortar model of regional offices to a virtual management structure, and leverages modern survey practices, such as telework, and better tools for field interviews.
Additionally, they will be tasked with the follow-up communication and field interviews for the fourth edition of the Arab Media Outlook Report, a powerful resource of information on the Arab media landscape.
Later chapters present field interview studies with twenty professionals, detailing real-life experiences of using various temporal structures with personal calendar tools.
For a county notoriously wary of the media, it's ironic Murphy follows in the footsteps of his predecessor O'Keeffe, one of the few players happy to field interviews and talk candidly.
A military policeman said his field interview notebook "went through the washer and dryer on two occasions, and .
From field interviews with Silicon Valley executives, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs, Michel Ferrary analyzes how companies like Sun, Cisco, Novel, Intel, Nokia, Siemens, and Alcatel implicitly externalize part of their research by buying start-ups and their technologies.
Her modus operandi includes conducting extensive field interviews, a thorough examination of competitors and analysis of cost structure and human resource deployment.
intensive research in the town's vital records office and on field interviews.