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17 for Microfinance Banks (MFBs) to introduce minimum requirements for maintaining records of transactions and identification data in a systematic manner.
Facebook modified its policy to forbid user identification data from leaving third-party applications and for such information to remain confidential if used by analytics services connected to programs.
It will require every Jamaican to be registered, to have a unique number assigned to him or her from the date of birth, and a number around which will be built the identification data," he explained.
It is also true that we already capture much of the product identification data today.
based First DataBank today has added Tall Man Plus drug identification data to its NDDF Plus drug knowledge base.
To provide the 25th Infantry leadership with more than information on cargo movement, the 599th developed an end-to-end common operating picture report using radio frequency identification data.
In most manufacturing, fabrication and assembly applications, use of the VERICODE Symbol enables the user to eliminate manual entry of part identification data, thus adding a new dimension of benefits to systems employed in automated design and manufacturing, configuration management, modular tooling, robotics and quality control.
The identification data entered in the profile record include the code number for the physician, the case number of the patient, and the date of the committee or department review.