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Paralleling the Cannon's Point fundraising campaign was 18 months of work by four project Task Forces to develop long-term strategies for managing the conservation, historic, educational and recreational assets of the property.
Responding to such long-term developments, church members in 2001 formed the Oklahoma Presbyterian History Project Task Force and sought authors for a study that would not be "an in-house, highly celebratory account of our past" (xii).
It draws on the knowledge and experience of its board, as well as on a broader project task force with representatives of the five organizations and additional experts.
A project task force, overseen by Task Force Chair Debbie Lambert, COSO Chairman Larry Rittenberg and led by PricewaterhouseCoopers partner Miles Everson, consisted of approximately 20 members with experience in small business.
A UN Millennium Project Task Force has identified 5 guiding principles and 10 actions needed to intensify efforts to meet the targets (7,8).
Ideally, the Thousand Oaks project task force wants to pattern its new track after one that was installed at Moorpark High.
We developed a project task force form that all team members complete before starting a project.
1998: FASB issued a revised definition of control of an entity, which was sent out for comment to a 12-member project task force.