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It is USCENTCOM's intent to include these government representatives to the maximum extent possible to determine what happened and preclude it from happening again," The News quoted the US military, as saying.
It is USCENTCOM's intent to include these government representatives to the maximum extent possible to determine what happened and preclude it from happening again," the US military said.
They want to raise that up to the maximum extent possible on a daily rate basis, and then slowly start turning off those vents where the oil is coming out of right now when they're sure they don't have sea water coming in.
So I would characterize this as a step taken to clarify and strengthen government support to stabilize these companies so they can perform their very important mission at this time--to get us through this housing correction, to stabilize the capital markets, and to do this while protecting the taxpayer to the maximum extent possible.
Paulson denied, however, that the move would cost taxpayers billions: "Federal Housing Finance Agency [FHFA] and the treasury have acted on the responsibilities we have to protect the stability of the financial markets, including the mortgage market, and to protect the taxpayer to the maximum extent possible.
The agency will exploit existing internal or external contracts to the maximum extent possible," according to a presentation at the conference by Tony Montemarano, component acquisition executive.
The business model of every successful organization exploits to the maximum extent possible the areas in which the company excels relative to its competitors.
John Hickok, director of knowledge sharing at DAU, emphasizes that "the vision of the AKSS is to serve as the gateway to the DoD 'enterprise' knowledge residing in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, the Services, agencies, and industry, so that it is accessible and shared to the maximum extent possible.