- n. alternative spelling of implementer.
“Each so-called implementor must inevitably retain some discretion, to interpret intended strategies in his or her own way Wildavsky, 1979:223.”
“The primary enforcer and implementor of healthcare will be the IRS.”
“The resulting 17-page report showed where we fit on a scale of one to 10 within four "action modes" fact finder, follow through, quick start, implementor.”
“I'd add to that my belief that Dean sees Obama as the successful implementor of his 50 State Stragety.”
“The voter is the decider, the politician a vendor, the voter is the policy-maker, the politician an implementor.”
“The sad thing is my husband is a headmaster and therefore an implementor of the policy.”
“In their view, it's an economic boost, it's a focus on the troubles people feel in their pocketbook with health care, and on Hillary Clinton's ability to be an implementor, to not just, as they say, talk about positive, broad themes of hope, but really hone in on what it will take to make your life better with real-world policies.”
“The implementor must take care to provide both forward and backward compatibility to avoid problems with the courses that will be used in the LMS, but the most complicated part of the implementation is the task of interpreting the specification itself.”
“In fact the largest implementor of open-source software for $$$ is IBM.”
“Because of the enormity of these projects I would like to state that Umsobomvu is living true to its role of being the implementor of projects that ensure youth participation in the mainstream of the economy while the National Youth Commission monitors policy and facilitates legislation.”
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