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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.
TIGTA also says IRS let the data repository go online "before responsible officials completely assessed security risks and authorized the system to operate."
The intent of a single data repository is to improve sharing of specific data and access through standardized information exchange.
By putting the massive data repository and computational capability of Wolfram|Alpha in everyone s hands, we fully expect to be surprised and impressed by the innovative ways people put this power to use in their areas of interest and expertise.
Categories: Information Management, Access to health care, Data collection, Government information dissemination, Health care programs, Health data repository, Health information architecture, Information disclosure, Information management, Information systems, Interagency relations, Medical records, Military health services, Military personnel, Veterans benefits, Veterans' medical care
The suite can allow disconnected user to record facility updates in the field, forward changes to the central data repository and receive back all updates that have been applied.
Deployed medical providers will be able to send in-patient healthcare information to a central data repository in the United States, where it can be viewed from anywhere in the world.
MedVirginia operates thusly: "Fees are charged to data suppliers to have their data in our clinical data repository, because they're able to reduce some of their costs of data transfer.
NDAR will function as a data repository for all ACE projects.
Second, the available network bandwidth may be insufficient to ship all of the data to the user's computer, particularly when the data repository is distributed at several sites on the internet.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) Call Report agencies--the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (FRB), and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)--announced on June 30, 2005, the schedule for financial institutions to enroll in the Central Data Repository (CDR).

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