Functional Areas Sample Clauses

Functional Areas. The Services shall include the following functional areas:
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Functional Areas. All areas of this Scope excluding Skills Development. A separate report for Skills Development must be issued. Unless otherwise directed by the responsible employer’s functionary.
Functional Areas. The contract shall include delivery, insurance, maintenance and vehicle recovery and assistance for all NTVs supplied under this requirement. Details on the complete scope of the NTV requirements are outlined in Parts 4 and 5.
Functional Areas. This section describes the envelope of operating requirements that are required and considered necessary to protect the health and safety of the public and facility workers and safeguards and security. Reviews by DOE subject matter experts have confirmed that implementation of these requirements will contribute to the safety of activities in support of the GCEP Leased Premises. The safety and safeguards and security requirements have been defined for eighteen topical areas. The objective of each of the eighteen topical areas is provided followed by a set of Implementation Requirements defining actions necessary to satisfy the objective.
Functional Areas. Services to be provided under this contract are for 22 functional areas. The specific areas FES are able to support:  Logistics  Supply and Provisioning SupportProgram SupportTraining SupportSoftware Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support  Engineering, Systems Engineering and Process Engineering Support  In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support  System Safety Engineering Support  System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support  Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support  Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support  Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support  Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support  Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support  Research and Development Support  Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support  Configuration Management (CM) Support  Quality Assurance (QA) Support  Functional and Administrative SupportPublic Affairs and Multimedia Support
Functional Areas. A. Project Identification ACHD will program ACHD sponsored Federal‐aid projects through COMPASS and the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) process.
Functional Areas. Grantee will continue to provide fully functional production and post production areas, including office, reception, field check out, storage, editing, studio, master control and other functional areas consistent with its operational configuration on July 1, 2005.
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Functional Areas. The five major areas of a PHA's operations. These are as follows: Organization, Management and Personnel (OMP); Finance and Budget (FB); Marketing, Leasing and Management (MLM); Facilities Management (FM); and Community and Resident Involvement (CRI).
Functional Areas. The Dependent Services shall include the following functional areas: i. FRONT END - Provide leadership, management oversight, staffing and technical expertise of:  Scheduling (including inpatient, outpatient, and diagnostics) – In accordance with Ascension Health Standards and each individual hospital’s technical systems, policies, and practices ensure that critical information and all core set of data elements are obtained from either the patient or the referring physician practice to enable successful subsequent front end processes. To aid scheduling processes, provide patient in advance with instructions based on the scheduled medical procedure, manage physician orders as directed by such physician for scheduled medical procedures, manage Ascension Health medical procedure facility schedule as directed, and provide follow up or reminders of scheduled visits.  On-Site Process of Pre-Registration – As a result of a scheduled service or a last minute add-on to the next day or current day’s schedule, gather as much demographic, clinical, and financial information from the patient or a prior visit as possible to allow (as a minimum) verification of current insurance and potential need for an authorization. If time or situation permits, complete entire registration prior to patient arriving at the hospital.  Off-Site Process of Pre-Registration – As a result of a scheduled service or a last minute add-on to the next day or current day’s schedule, gather as much demographic, clinical, and financial information from the patient or a prior visit as possible to allow (as a minimum) verification of current insurance and potential need for an authorization. If time or situation permits, complete entire registration prior to patient arriving at the hospital.  Registration – Obtaining all required patient liability (i.e., outstanding balance), clinical, demographic, and financial information from patients that was not obtained during scheduling or pre-registration when the patient is present for service regardless of status (Emergency Department, outpatient services or inpatient). Obtaining information necessary to obtain financial clearance at time of service (to include collection of co-pay, deductible, or co-insurance); this includes documenting data into the system in order to set up an account. This process is highly dependent on the Patient Accounting system used at the individual hospital and the physical layout driving patient arrivals. Obtain completed A...
Functional Areas. DSW and WAPA HQ activities including, but not limited to, transmission, construction, operation, maintenance, administrative, and power marketing.
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