Urgency. Report this if the action was justified pursuant to FAR 8.405- 6(a)(1)(i)(A) or 16.505(b)(2)(i)(A).
Urgency. Impact Immediate response and sustained effort required until service is restored Standard support process are followed Service can be scheduled User(s) unable to perform job User(s) unable to perform job properly Users can do job, but requires extra effort No work around is available Reasonable (acceptable) workaround not available Workaround may be available Operations High Medium Low Business critical system service or site is unavailable or degraded High P1 P2 P3 Business critical system service or site is affected, but it is still available and operating at an acceptable level Medium P2 P3 P4 Non-business critical system, service or site is unavailable or degraded Non-business critical system, service or site is affected, but it is still available and operating at an acceptable level Low P3 P4 P5 Issue affecting a Single User.
Urgency a condition concerning the safety of an aircraft or other vehicle, or of some person on board or within sight, but which does not require immediate assistance.
Urgency. In matters considered urgent by the Agent, the Agent may take a decision without prior coordination with the other Banks if the Agent considers an urgent decision necessary in order to prevent the occurrence of damages or losses to the detriment of the Banks. Any such decision shall be taken by the Agent within its reasonable discretion. The Banks shall be bound by any such decision of the Agent. The Agent shall have no obligation to take decisions on an urgent basis. The Agent shall without delay inform the other Banks of any urgency decisions which have been taken.
Urgency. Urgency depends on how urgent an incident case is. The procedure is based on three different factors and is affected by: § When in time the incident occurs in relation to opening hours for the Service § How urgent the user states that the incident case is § Howe extensive the interruption to the Service is Faults classified as Critical or High priority according to the table above can be reported online but have to be verified by a phone call to the Service Desk to ensure action. The fault is dealt with during the fault remediation period. The table below describes urgency with examples of incidents. Critical High Medium Low Incident with proven security risk of security breach The incident occurs during or close to opening hours for the Service The incident does not occur close to opening hours for the Service The incident is not linked to the opening hours for the Service Total interruptions of the Service or interruptions to a critical part of the Service Users state that the case is critical, e.g. users not being able to utilize the service Interruption of part of the Service that is not critical Non-urgent incident Uncontrolled spread of virus Bogus virus warnings Loss of information that cannot be recreated Change of information in production data
Urgency. With the exception of Rules of Policy and Procedure, Article 4, Fees and Dues, if the Board determines by a three-fourths (3/4) vote of those present and voting that an amendment is urgent, the Board may amend the Rules of Policy and Procedure by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of those present and voting and without fourteen (14) days advance notice provided the exact content of the amendment has been provided to each member of the Board present prior to the vote.