Administrative Control


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Administrative Control

Any of the methods for managing patients with a potentially virulent or contagious infection—e.g., tuberculosis—which includes isolating them from others, expediting diagnostic workups, and treating them if they actually have the infection.
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Auditing on government entities by the Administrative Control Directorate also included auditing on compliance with the duties and responsibilities of the job title, incentives and incentive rewards, adoption of the "Work Flow" electronic system's mechanism, overtime, licenses for practicing engineering professions, commissions of inquiry, resignation procedures follow-up of corrective actions, and the Grievance Committee.
Reacting to the federal government's move to take the administrative control of three Sindh hospitals, Bakhtawar said, 'Audacity of PTI selected failed government.
Qatar University (QU) and the Administrative Control and Transparency Authority (ACTA) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) yesterday which aims at promoting co-operation in research and studies related to transparency and integrity.
On his turn, Hamad al Misnad expressed gratitude of this visit and the opportunity it provided to closely view the Omani experience in areas of financial and administrative control.
Muscat: His Highness Sayyid Fahd bin Mahmoud Al Said, Deputy Prime Minister for the Council of Ministers yesterday received Hamad bin Nasser Al Misnad, President of the Administrative Control and Transparency Authority and his accompanying delegation.
However, he clarified that the services at such schools, hospitals and madaris will continue for the general public under the administrative control of the government and that no person will be denied the services being provided through these institutions.
All three hospitals worked under the administrative control of the Government of Sindh during these past eight years and will now be returned to the Centre after the concise order of the Supreme Court.
These top ports, under the administrative control of the Centre, had handled 213.15 MT cargo in the April-July period of the last fiscal.
An administrative control instituted was a second shift where the haul trucks, some loaders and utility trucks would operate, thus limiting the number of vehicles generating emissions during the shift when the blasters worked.
Japan and its close ally, the United States, sharply criticized the move, which experts said was aimed at chipping away at Tokyo's claim to administrative control over the area including the tiny uninhabited islands known as the Senkaku in Japan and the Diaoyu in China.
Doha, May 17 (Petra)--Chairman of the Qatari Administrative Control and Transparency Authority Abdullah bin Hamad Al Attiyah on Thursday discussed with Jordan's Ambasador to Qatar Zahi Mohammad Smadi, means of booting bilateral ties, mainly in the administrative control domain.
State Department deputy spokesman Adam Ereli told a press briefing, ''The Senkaku Islands have been under the administrative control of the government of Japan since having been returned as part of the reversion of Okinawa in 1972.''

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