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- verb Present participle of
- noun The
processof assuringthat all systems and components of a major piece of equipment, a process, a building or similar are designed, installed and tested according to the operational requirements of the owner or final client.
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- noun the act of granting authority to undertake certain functions
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Perhaps it's a subjective thing for me, but I don't see the point in commissioning a cover artist if you're going to plonk the title and author credit right in the heart of the painting.
We have featured them before, both for their liturgical events, and for the very fine gothic revival vestments they have been commissioning from a private individual in their region.
Further, the long term commissioning contracts promised to social enterprises through the Right to Request programme are no longer available as the playing field is levelled to welcome any willing provider of health care.
Simon Nelson, the BBC's controller of multiplatform commissioning, is leaving the corporation at the end of the year.
BBC's controller of multiplatform commissioning is leaving the corporation at end of the year
We also want to see whether an exchange platform can provide easier connections between the best of citizen media stories and media who might be interested in commissioning translations of specific subjects.
* Officer candidates in commissioning programs (Academy, ROTC, OCS/OTS).
They agree that general practice-led commissioning is the best place to manage patient care.
I'd like to see what would happen if the BoingBoing generation got a real voice in commissioning and promoting science fiction.
While I accept responsibility for my role in commissioning this management review process, I want to make some fundamental points abundantly clear.