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The museum exhibits will focus on key decision points of the Bush presidency, using interactive, digital and visual displays to provide visitors a sense of the issues facing the President and the principles that guided him through critical situations.
Section 2 focuses on how to use ProMES in an organization, covering key decision points when starting system development, developing indicators and contingencies, and aggregation across units.
We re reaching a key decision point for European leaders.
Recognizing the need for more discipline and accountability in the acquisition process, Congress recently enacted legislation part of which requires decision-makers to certify that programs meet specific criteria at key decision points early in the acquisition process.
Willingness to spend is certainly a key decision point, and research reports argue that organizations that spend more on BI and BPM technology are more efficient and better-informed.
For each phase, the guide identifies key decision points and provides detailed information on practical steps that can be taken to drive the use of recycled content.
The chart should depict the agency decision authority, any delegated authorities and associated dollar thresholds, and the key decision points in the agency's acquisition of services oversight process.
He noted the "risk assessment instruments are constantly being reviewed by a Risk Management Provincial Committee to ensure appropriate updates of key decision points.