9781598844962 Demystifying FRAD; functional requirements for authority data.
What does FR stand for?
FR stands for Functional Requirement
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 69 other meanings of FR in our Acronym Attic
- Froese (blood group)
- Front-engine Rear-wheel drive
- Frosinone, Lazio (Italian province)
- Fuel Remaining
- Full Rate (cell phone channel)
- Full Reference
- Full Resolution
- fumble recovery
- Fumble Recovery (football)
- Functional Review
- Pays de La Loire (France)
- Ryanair (airline identification code)
- Frame Freeze
- Frame Relay Permanent Virtual Connection
- Free-Running Active Resonator Oscillator
- Federal Register - Environmental Document
- Forumi Rinor I Partise Demokratike Te Shqiperise (Youth of the Albanian People's Party)
- Frame Relay Service Specific Convergence Sub-Layer
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With Elastomer QC software, users are said to have the flexibility to define a test's functional requirements, data acquisition requirements, user interaction requirements and pass/fail criteria.
The requirements community is best able to articulate warfighter needs, but they may have difficulty translating those needs into specific functional requirements.
The mandate: Develop a strategy for implementing collaboration tools throughout the DoD, and validate a prioritized list of functional requirements for DoD collaboration tools.
This is reinforced by a substantial body of work produced by the National Archives, including a revised Functional Requirements for Electronic Records Management (Functional Requirements), metadata standards, and reference documents.
The name change more correctly reflects our evolving mission," said Dianne Constable, Chief, Functional Requirements Office.
The design of a winery, in the picturesque setting of the south Styrian hills, exploits the tension between satisfying the functional requirements of modern commerce and those ancient ones necessary to the craft of making fine wines.
Start-up companies, generally of 5,000 square feet and under, will ideally search for quality pre-builts which afford them the layout, image, functional requirements and flexibility, which is most important.