The Future Sample Clauses

The Future. Describe whether the project will continue, how future funding will help and any expected changes to the project design.
The Future. The package installation mechanism was born out of necessity to fit the parameters of our environment. It shows that combining the strengths of several proven and readily available tools can achieve a marked im- provement in tractability of a large desktop network. A weakness of the current system can be found in the handling of the ever-increasing amount of logged data. Obviously, employing a mature database system would help out in that area. Hence, we’ll continue to look at off-the-shelf solutions as they arrive at the marketplace. Likewise, the data generated by the UTMP service is also in need of a more sophisticated data management system. The accumulation of login session data span- ning several years is starting to stretch the capability of the currently used tools to process the collected information efficiently. This topic will be addressed in a future revision.
The Future. It will be vital that they, as the service provider, can track our progress against the Government’s nutritional guidelines, as well as assessing the impact of the standards on the catering service. They plan to: • Use a menu planning software package to compare menu provision against individual nutrient standards. • Produce an annual report on the progress being made in achieving healthy school standards. • Provide a nutritional and allergen analysis for each menu cycle that complies to the Government’s Nutritional Guidelines.
The Future. The Trustees have a positive, if necessarily cautious, outlook for the year ahead. Their key aim is to refurbish the charity’s in-house one to one services, whilst building on the remote delivery methods that have proven popular in the past year. One key area on which the charity will focus is its efforts in securing long-term core funding for the three years to 31 March 2025. This work will be spearheaded by the Fundraising Subcommittee. In addition, the Trustees’ strategy for 2022-25 will be reviewed and updated. Several opportunities for growth and development in the short to mid-term future are already under consideration.
The Future. Although the events of the past four decades give pessimists much ammunition, there also is some cause for optimism. During this same period of time, Mexico transformed itself from a one party state to a multiparty democracy. The strong extended family structure that has served as the bedrock of the nation and which has survived war and famine remains largely intact. Most importantly, there remains a quiet and deep pride in being Mexican. To quote a very Mexican phrase, Dios tu bendecirá (God will bless you).
The Future. Government is offering local areas the opportunity to take control of their future economic development. Local enterprise partnerships (LEP’s) will be locally owned partnerships between businesses and local authorities to drive economic growth across an economic area. They will be a key vehicle in delivering Government objectives for economic growth, decentralisation and helping to rationalise the regional tier, while also providing a means for local authorities to work together with business in order to quicken the economic recovery. The financial pressures on the public sector will continue for the foreseeable future and as a result both Suffolk Coastal and Waveney need to continue to be innovative about how cost effective/high quality services are delivered in the future. A joint working partnership between Suffolk Coastal District Council and Waveney District Council has been developed which has seen the two authorities formally agree that both Councils are each other’s preferred partner for shared services while not excluding partnership working with any other organisation. While both Councils will be sharing resources to generate greater efficiency, Suffolk Coastal and Waveney remain separate political bodies and therefore will be independent from one another in law. A Joint Partnership Board has been established to consider shared service proposals between the two Councils and advise each Cabinet accordingly and a joint management team has now been established.
The Future. Since the first event in 2007 The Mungo Youth Conference has grown substantially in its relevance to Indigenous students surrounding the Willandra World Heritage Area and has the potential to create a role model for Indigenous education throughout Australia.
The Future. The future must see greater communication and a well targeted form of co- operation between the EC and the OECD. Not that today there isn’t any com- munication or co-operation: the Commission joins OECD meetings, provides helpful comments and contributes to bringing projects forward; on other hand, EC Member States are more and more conscious of the requirements EC law imposes on them when negotiating treaties. At the same time, since the OECD is a different organization, where there are several non-EC members, these concerns cannot be the driver of our work. 9 See e.g. Case C-374/04 (ACT Group Litigation), para. 71; Case C-379/05 (Amurta), para. 79. 10 See Case C-265/04 (Bouanich), para. 51. 11 See Case C-414/06 (Lidl), para. 21. 12 See Case C-414/06 (Lidhlt)tp, sp:/a/droai..o2rg2/1.0.5771/9783845224909-53 Double taxation agreements between international and European law 59 The communication and co-operation should be strengthened to make sure that we understand each other, that it is clear that not all our member countries are EC members, and that finally it is up to EC member states to make sure that their treaties do not conflict with EC Law. There is a strong legal basis for this co-operation. Article 304 of the EC Treaty states that “The Community shall establish close cooperation with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, the details of which shall be determined by common accord.” There are a number of tax matters where there is and there will be communi- cation and co-operation between the OECD and the EC. I am thinking for example about the work being done on the application of treaty benefits to collective investment vehicles (CIVs) and about the sharing of expertise on developing effective dispute resolution mechanisms for double taxation cases. There could also be an appropriate line of communication between the OECD Secretariat and the ECJ. This could help to ensure that the fundamental concepts of international tax law which are reflected in OECD instruments are fully un- derstood. We stand ready to help and be consulted any time there is a question about the interpretation of a provision contained in the OECD Model.
The Future. As we look past next year, without significant tax base growth or increased government support, this District will enter an extended period of budget imbalance that will necessitate significant cuts or tax increases above the index. There are some indications that we’ll see additional tax revenue from warehouse(s) construction. The new administration is promising both additional funding and a new formula for basic education subsidy. The elimination of hold harmless language that has protected contracting school Districts like Big Spring will have a negative effect on our subsidy(s). Appendices
The Future. Robotic surgery is in its infancy. Many obstacles and disadvantages will be resolved in time and no doubt many other questions will arise. Many questions have yet to be asked; questions such as malpractice liability, credentialing, training requirements, and interstate licensing for tele- surgeons, to name just a few. Many of current advantages in robotic assisted surgery ensure its continued development and expansion. For example, the sophistication of the controls and the multiple degrees of freedom afforded by the Zeus and DA Vinci systems allow increased mobility and no tremor without comprising the visual field to make micro anastomosis[7] possible. Many have made the observation that robotic systems are information systems and as such they have the ability to interface and integrate many of the technologies being developed for and currently used in the operating room. One exciting possibility is expanding the use of preoperative (computed tomography or magnetic resonance) and intra operative video image fusion to better guide the surgeon in dissection and identifying pathology. These data may also be used to rehearse complex procedures before they are undertaken. The nature of robotic systems also makes the possibility of long-distance intra operative consultation or guidance possible and it may provide new opportunities for teaching and assessment of new surgeons through mentoring and simulation. Computer Motion, the makers of the Zeus robotic surgical system, is already marketing a device called SOCRATES that allows surgeons at remote sites to connect to an operating room and share video and audio, to use a “telestrator” to highlight anatomy, and to control the AESOP endoscopic camera. Technically, many remains to be done before robotic surgery’s full potential can be realized. Although these systems have greatly improved dexterity, they have yet to develop the full potential in instrumentation or to incorporate the full range of sensory input. More standard mechanical tools and more energy directed tools need to be developed. Some authors also believe that robotic surgery can be extended into the realm of advanced diagnostic testing with the development and use of ultra sonography[9], near infrared and confocal microscopy equipment. Much like the robots in popular culture, the future of robotics in surgery is limited only by imagination. Many future “advancements” are already being researched. Some laboratories, including the authorslaboratory, ...