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resilient

(of plant structures) springing back into position after being bent.
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Basically, the policy revolves around four principles: strengthen existing infrastructure facilities; implement the Build Back Better principle in terms of reconstruction and rehabilitation; improve existing operational, maintenance and practices to ensure continuous operations and energy supply; and develop resiliency standards that will be used as basis in the future construction of energy facilities.
element-invisibleBusiness ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1One of the key features of the policy is the institutionalization of the Resiliency Compliance Plan, which provides engineering and non-engineering measures to ensure infrastructure and human resource disaster preparedness.
IBM Resiliency Services offers an innovative portfolio of resiliency and business continuity solutions and services with expanded public cloud options to enable clients with greater flexibility and agility in managing their backup and disaster recovery workloads.
One of the fundamental issues highlighted in this volume is there is no "universally accepted" or agreed upon definition of resiliency and the editors honestly acknowledge the difficulties in doing so, given that resilience is a "nebulous construct.
We were able to secure $335 million in federal funding for resiliency through HUD's Rebuild by Design competition and I will continue to fight for every penny of federal funding to make Lower Manhattan stronger and better prepared for the next storm.
Individuals are not born to be resilient; resiliency is a trait that is developed throughout life.
Effective resiliency planning comes from understanding situational and mission needs before a disastrous event occurs.
Molly Siebert, Director, Al Siebert Resiliency Center, states, “This is our first international conference and it will honor my late husband's life's work as well as the - work of our international team.
DHS's efforts to incorporate resiliency into the programs it uses to work with asset owners and operators is evolving but program management could be strengthened.
As recovery advocates call for a shift from chronic disease management to recovery management via recovery-oriented systems of care, resiliency research provides the architecture that builds a bridge linking prevention, treatment and recovery.
Resiliency is probably something you've acknowledged as a virtue, without actually studying it.
1) Hence, resiliency makes the consequences of an extreme event less severe from the outset and reduces the time required to get back to normalcy,