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data repository

1. Computer storage.
2. A program that optimizes storage, retrieval, and processing of very large collections of data.
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Currently, at Texas State University, we are part of a Texas-wide university effort championed by the Texas Digital Library (TDL) to implement a statewide consortial data repository based on Harvard University's open source solution, Dataverse.
IRS officials say the data repository usually connects with the PPACA exchange Data Services Hub system at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), not directly with either the state-based exchanges or the HealthCare.
Equally important to the availability of a single data repository is the population of trusted data provided by the originator.
For companies with sales organizations that do not have a central data repository containing sales, sales performance, and sales compensation information, the execution of sales strategies may be constrained due to:
define data tables to be included in the data repository, which is organized as an open data model with unlimited flexibility
During that time the FDIC, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will work with the industry to define data standards, streamline the collection and validation of the data, and prepare for the rollout of the new central data repository.
By combining enhanced data from the MasterCard global data repository with Ariba Supplier Network, companies will be able to eliminate many of the inefficiencies commonly associated with invoice reconciliation and expense reporting, streamline reconciliation and accounts payable processing, improve control over maverick spending, and enhance overall policy compliance.
The CMS data warehouse, referred to as its Integrated Data Repository, is expected to grow to 180 terabytes in four years.
delivers comprehensive employee information while storing collected data in a centralized, master data repository.
Disaster Recovery Option-- For off-site long term retention or disaster recovery, an optional second site system can be deployed at another location to supplement or eliminate tapes with a live disk-based data repository.
Dominion will replace all five of its current systems with one central meter data repository, powered by an Oracle database.

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