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outsourcing

A method in which services usually provided by the health care agency are now allocated to another firm or agency.
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Over 80% of cholesterol comes from the liver, so the most effective way to lower LDL (bad) cholesterol is to control the liver's internal production.
5 billion, customers in more than 120 countries and a global production platform, the company's focus is on building its product portfolio as in its internal production processing and equipment design.
The production order, received from prime contractor Space Systems/Loral (SSL) validates Millennium~s multi-year investment in significant vertical integration of space flight components, subsystems and spacecraft platforms, along with the necessary internal production controls and manufacturing processes.
As the internal production and creative media services company of NASCAR, NASCAR Media Group is the exclusive rights holder of NASCAR event footage, race data and content.
TouV SouD assessed ArchiText on a variety of factors, including internal production processes and vendor-client communication procedures.
He and his team of poultry nutritionists will make sure Aviagen continues to provide innovative nutrition technical support for the company s global client base and Aviagen internal production operations.
The systems foundation was built from the RedVision geographically indexed title plant "TitleVision" and the internal production platform utilized by RedVision's staff.
As a supply-chain manufacturer for sophisticated product companies, MCE specially sets internal production and operations to design, integrate, and deliver high-end computer systems for their client's product.
The aim of this key activity is the training of key personnel unique product manufacture BMS within the departments of production lines assembled specifically for the production of this product in compliance with internal production processes and technologies with special quality requirements that are created specifically for this product.
In the third quarter of 2008, the Company announced that it was transitioning from using a contract manufacturer to internal production in order to reduce production costs and enable custom packaging and formulation offerings to the growing market for biopreservation media products.
The carbon anode facility would allow the company greater flexibility in the sourcing of this key raw material since the company could balance internal production versus import requirements, based on price, quality and risk.
The growing part of market requirements will be fulfilled with internal production, so imports from Canada, the primary oil supplier in the US, will decrease by 30%, from 85 trillion cubic metres in 2012 to 59.