Pilot project means an initial short-term method to test or apply an innovation or concept related to the operation, management or design of a local detention facility pursuant to application to, and approval by, the Board.
Pilot project means an innovative environmental project that covers one or more designated facilities, designed and implemented in the form of an EMSA. (See Section 52.3 of the Act.)
Examples of Pilot project in a sentence
D.5.3 Pilot project The proposed mechanism has been explored only briefly (e.g. OGC 07-083), and there is need for a pilot project to investigate the adequacy and feasibility of this approach.
More Definitions of Pilot project
Pilot project means a short-term, limited-scale test designed to gain information regarding site conditions, project feasibility, or application of a new technology.
Pilot project means a project carried out by an economic operator, a scientific or technical body or another competent body to test, in conditions approaching actual conditions in the industry, the technical reliability and/or financial viability of an innovative technology with a view to acquiring and dissemi- nating technical and/or financial knowledge of the technology being tested. Pilot projects shall always comprise scientific monitoring of sufficient intensity and duration to obtain signif- icant results; they must be the subject of scientific reports forwarded to the management authority. The latter shall imme- diately forward such reports to the Commission for informa- tion.
Pilot project means an initial short-term method to test or apply an innovation or concept related to the operation, management or design of a juvenile facility, jail or lockup pursuant to an application to, and approval by, the Corrections Standards AuthorityBoard of State and Community Corrections.
Pilot project means an innovative environmental project covering one or more designated facilities, designed and implemented in the form of an EMSA executed by the Agency and a sponsor in accordance with this Part.