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infrastructure

1. The components of information technology, including computer hardware, software, networks, and peripheral devices that are used to connect and send signals to computers and users.
2. Those buildings, supplies, policies, procedures and other assets that support the human resources of an institution.
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But he was not worried about the austerity measures, including Au27 million in cuts demanded by Britain's new Government, saying the budget for the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) which is in charge of build and infastructure is "lean" but "sound".
This area has many infastructure projects currently being built and on the drawing board, including a 4,000 acre international airport 50% completed.
Reduced Facilities Space This is based upon the authors' professional experience concerning the cost of 35 additional office spaces; infastructure to support those individuals would be approximately $1.
For example, the Department of Commerce provides grants through its Economic Development Administration for public infastructure projects that promote economic development, including those on college campuses.
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Examples of this type of infrastructure include revenue management, technology infastructure, financial reporting and analysis.
Commercial sectors, including financial services and call centres, remain buoyant, while construction is strong on the back of developments in infastructure
Today, enterprises should seriously consider integrating intrusion-prevention systems (IPS) as a critical element in existing security infastructure to thwart both internal and external network attacks.
But a recent NASCIO report holes that before information can be shared seamlessly through networks, state CIOs must address critical IT architectural and infastructure issues.