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DRM

Abbrev. for Diploma in Radiation Medicine.
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MarketsandMarkets extensively divides the DRMS market by solution, service, vertical and region.
com Chief Information Officer, Olivier Dombey, the enticing combination of easy sign up plus new features on the company's latest DRMS release is attracting the attention of the global hotel community.
If there are no takers, the items may be offered for sale or auction through the website of a company under contract to the DRMS (www.
Let's take a look at what DRMS symptoms look like and discuss some simple remedies.
For DRMS, all de-manufacturing partners are evaluated for technical capabilities and environmental compliance prior to entering into contracts or operating agreements.
3 percent compared to the cost of current DRMS warehousing operations.
This will allow NCI to continue our successful partnership with the DRMS mission as they support their DoD customers worldwide," said Bill Bowser, Senior Vice President and General Manager of NCI's Air Force and Logistics Operations Group.
Originally established in 1972 to consolidate the different military services' disposal operations, the Defense Property Disposal Service (DPDS) was renamed the DRMS in 1985.
As part of this effort, DRMS is involving the ICPs to get that concept written right into the original procurement contracts.
Logistics support for the Afghanistan mission was provided by the DLA Contingency Support Team-Afghanistan (DCST-AF) and DRMS representatives at Bagram.
The Directive supports the use of DRMS by protecting technical measures and by requiring Member States to take into account the application or non-application of technological measures when providing for fair compensation in the context of the private use exception for which fair compensation is required.
Using state-of-the-art technology, the Taos DRMS team demilitarizes and disposes of excess and unserviceable military property, with the exceptions of ordnance and HAZMAT, for U.