There's a degree of complexity and a degree of redundancy in federal financial aid programs that is not making it easier to administer financial aid and in a lot of ways is diverting costs to managing it at the federal level.
What does DOR stand for?
DOR stands for Degree of Redundancy
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We have 88 other meanings of DOR in our Acronym Attic
- Date Of Rank
- Date of Ratification (various organizations)
- Date Of Request
- Date of Retirement
- Day of Race
- Day of Reckoning
- Day of Rest
- Dead on Road (hepetological specimens found during surveys)
- Deadly Orgone
- Declaration of Readiness to Proceed
Samples in periodicals archive:
Rakshasa replaces the motherboard BIOS, but can also infect the PCI firmware of other peripheral devices like network cards or CD-ROMs, in order to achieve a high degree of redundancy.
8% of publications in The Journal of Urology in 2006 were found to have some degree of redundancy.
lt;p>The IT industry has been prone to forming industry-wide organizations for different causes, some with a degree of redundancy.
It is imperative that some degree of redundancy is maintained in this portion of the flap to ensure a tension-free apposition between the free edge of the flap and the posterior pharyngeal wall.
While clearly there is a degree of redundancy, as the solar control glass has little benefit on the northern section of the facade, visual continuity had to be prioritized.
In addition to the repetitions that appear in text, there is often a much greater degree of redundancy due to the many common objects that are accessed and transferred throughout an organization.
Despite a network design with a high degree of redundancy and duplication, there were "some pretty serious availability problems," Heiting adds.